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National Early Childhood and Development Strategy (2000)

The National Team for Early Childhood Development Government of Jordan Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Jordan 1 December 2000 Policy document disability, education, health service

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Description

The strategy explores and analyses 14 major themes. These themes cover in their contents the
various issues and dimensions of early childhood, and include:
1. Planning and management.
2. Legislation.
3. Health care during pregnancy.
4. Caring for children in nurseries.
5. Preschool education.
6. Basic education in the first three primary years.
7. Family upbringing and the local community.
8. Children with special needs.
9. Curricula and programmes.
10. Health care services.
11. Child culture.
12. The role of the media in early childhood development.
13. Human resources.
14. Social defence.

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