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Research outputs: EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT (ECD)
South Africa has one of the highest rates of non-resident fathers in Africa, after Namibia, with only about a third of preschool children co...
2014 Sociobehavioral factors associated with caries increment: a longitudinal study from 24 to 36 months old children in Thailand
The aim of this study is to investigate sociobehavioral risk factors from the prenatal period until 36 months of age, and the caries increme...Download this report
2013 The powerful reach of early childhood development: a science-based foundation for sound investment
This chapter is intended to help bridge the divide that frequently exists between investments focused on child survival and investments focu...