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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Report Early Childhood Development - Brochure A comprehensive, nationwide programme of ECD will help every child get the best start in life Available in: Türkçe English Highlights A comprehensive, nationwide programme of ECD will help every child get the best start in life. (...) A comprehensive, nationwide programme of ECDwill help every child get the best start in life. As happier, healthier and better educated adults, this generation of children will contribute to the long term development of a more prosperous Turkey. Supporting the well–being and development of children is everybody’s business because we all bear the burden when ourstate, our   communities and our   families fail to give our   children the right start in life. For business, the returns on private investment in ECD are numerous.
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Score: 694681.25 - https://www.unicef.org/turkey/...childhood-development-brochure
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“Now, with the new field, my friends and I have a safe place to play.” UNICEF UNICEF For young girls in Beddawi refugee camp, a sports tournament is more than just watching boys playing matches. (...) “Coaches started coming to the camp to organize matches between girls’ teams and it was so much fun,” Nisreen said. (...) UNICEF UNICEF Meet Marwa Al Marzouk, 14   Marwa was only eight yearsold when she started playing soccer with boys from her neighborhood in Beddawi.
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Score: 694635.1 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon...cer-stars-beddawi-refugee-camp
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Thus, play can provide many opportunities for learning. (...) This is why we want educators and practitioners working with infants and children to be able to facilitate learning through play. We also want parents and caregivers – the key architects of a child’s early environment – to use the power of learning through play to give children the best possible start in life. (...) We collaborate on the #EarlyMomentsMatter campaign to raise awareness about the importance of nutrition, protection and stimulation, including play, for healthy brain development in the earliest years of life, and to support parents and caregivers to give their children the best start in life.
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Score: 693221.7 - https://www.unicef.org/partnerships/lego
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Search results Parenting Available in: Srpski English Press release 12/21/2021 Let’s Open the Door Wide, Mum and Dad are Entering 5th National Conference on Early Childhood Development and Parenting Press release 06/03/2021 June is Parenting Month Caring for children starts with caring for parents Article 06/01/2021 Supported parents help children thrive UNICEF, together with partners, and thanks to the support of the LEGO Foundation, is testing a new Caring for the Caregiver training package in Serbia Press release 03/22/2021 Six cities and municipalities provide support to parenting Press release 02/05/2021 PC Press magazine presents UNICEF with two online excellence awards Press release 11/09/2020 Greater support from institutions and employers needed to improve the status of parents in Serbia Conference on playful parenting Parents in the Spotlight Article 11/07/2020 Speech by UNICEF Representative, Deyana Konstadinova Introductory speech for the online conference on parenting "Parent in the spotlight" Article 06/20/2020 Every Day is Father's Day UNICEF and the LEGO Foundation are working together to help parents and guardians use the power of play to give children the best start in life. Page 03/30/2020 Play Corner examples of games that can be played at home Footer - english What we do Stories Work with us About UNICEF Partnerships Ethical guidelines Work for us Become a donor Social Footer secondary - English Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 693074.1 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/en/topics/parenting
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Playing a game gives me great energy. Girls should do as well in sports as they do in school,” Fayrouz, 16 2 April 2022, Hasakeh, northeast Syria – “When I first started playing basketball, it was mainly for fun and to spend more time with my friends. (...) Now, it’s my life! I can’t stop playing,” says Fayrouz, 16, from Hasakeh, northeast Syria. Fayrouz started playing basketball in 2018. Since then, she has participated in five national female leagues.
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Score: 692340.67 - https://www.unicef.org/mena/st...ls-hasakeh-pursue-their-dreams
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Maybe the biggest. And it all started three years ago when they noticed that Lazar was not communicating. (...) We started with speech activities because Lazar’s speech was incoherent. (...) Within a few weeks we started noticing that he had the capacity to learn, to adopt what we were doing with him.
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Score: 689960.94 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/...n/stories/together-right-track
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Since the war broke out in Syria, hundreds of thousands of families have fled to Turkey and started a new life. Bereket family was one of them. (...) I know that a child’s education starts long before they enter a classroom. These visits remind me of my teaching days. (...) Read the story Page Early childhood development (ECD) For every child, early moments matter Visit the page Press release 24 September 2019 Project on Inclusive Early Childhood Education for Children with Disabilities starts in 90 Schools Visit the page Photo Essay From Numbers on Cartons and Packaging to “My Playbox" Every day, six-year-old Kadriye plays with the toys in the box.
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Score: 689960.94 - https://www.unicef.org/turkey/...ldren-turkey-equal-chance-life
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Prior to the treatment, Fadumo said her children had been unable to sleep because of pain. When they started crying, she didn't know what to do. Abdinur was the most affected.  (...) "I have seen an improvement," she said. "My children have started to sleep, and Abdinur is once again playing with his friends." (...) Related topics Health Ethiopia More to explore Article Helping health workers save Ethiopia’s youngest children For every child, health Read the story Photo Essay Care for Life reaching mothers and babies at the critical time and place See the story Article Health Extension Workers playing a critical role to save babies lives in villages Read the story Article Giving premature babies a chance for a healthy start to life Jimma, Oromia Region Read the story Footer UNICEF Ethiopia What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Press centre Related sites UNICEF Global UNICEF Eastern and Southern Africa UNICEF Connect blog Voices of youth Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Guidance on content Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 688304.2 - https://www.unicef.org/ethiopi...k-internally-displaced-persons
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Everyone takes turns being the leader “Challenge” who can do the most toe touches – jumping jacks, windmill toe touches in a minute “Mirror” each other – facial expressions, movements, sounds. One person can start as the leader and then switch. Try it with no leaders! Freeze dance: Play music or someone sings a song, and everyone dances. (...) Last person still dancing becomes the judge for the next round Animal dance: Same as above but when the music stops, call out a name of an animal, and everyone has to become that animal Telling stories Tell your children a story from your own childhood Ask your children to tell you a story Make up a new story together starting with “Once upon a time…” Each person adds a new sentence to the story Act out a favorite story or movie – older children can even direct younger ones while learning responsibility Change the object!
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Score: 688168.95 - https://www.unicef.org/vietnam/stories/learning-through-play
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Aimed at promoting children’s cognitive, physical and emotional development through playing, UNICEF experts selected over 25 traditional games for children and families. (...) The journey of Caravan started in Kant and continued to Cholpon-Ata, Karakol, Kochkor, Naryn, Talas, Bakay-Ata, Suzak, Bazar-Korgon, Osh, Aravan, Batken, Isfana, Bishkek and now ended at Kyrchyn. (...) Related topics ECD Early childhood development Care for child development Brain development Kyrgyzstan More to explore Press release 09 July 2018 Over 5,000 children and their parents participated in Caravan of Children's Games Visit the page Press release 07 June 2018 III World Nomad Games: Caravan of Children's Games starts its journey Visit the page Press release 28 January 2022 Dr.
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Score: 688168.95 - https://www.unicef.org/kyrgyzs...tional-childrens-games-kyrchyn
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