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Early childhood is a critical period that lays the foundation for children’s optimal development. To reach their full developmental potential, children need nurturing care, consisting of the five interrelated components of responsive caregiving (including play and stimulation), good health and nutrition, opportunities for early learning and protection from harm and a sense of security  – especially during the first 1,000 days of their lives.

Why this webinar:

  • Learn about the how the wellbeing of caregivers and families and the wellbeing and the outcomes of the child are intertwined, and why play and playful parenting are key for caregivers’ mental health and for the prevention of adverse childhood experiences
  • Get acquainted with the  Caring for the Caregiver program and its global implementation in different country contexts
  • Gain better understanding how nurturing interpersonal relationships between frontline workers and caregivers could provide a unique experience for some caregivers and enable them to discover their capacities, and connect with their environment
  • Get insights into the efforts that UNICEF Serbia, in a broad partnership with diverse stakeholders, is making to improve the wellbeing of caregivers and families, and how an intersectoral approach can bridge the gap between different community support resources and the families in need
  • Listen to the experience of the frontline workers implementing the program and learn about the benefits for families and children and professionals
  • Get inspired and engaged in providing psychosocial support to caregivers and families and applying the “3C“ formula: Care and Connect to Cope





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March 30, 2021
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

March 30, 2021 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

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