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Project Tinituhon: Guam's Early Childhood Comprehensive System

The Maternal and Child Health Bureau Country Resources Child and Youth General Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Guam 31 December 2007 Policy document child and adolescent, health system, plan

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Project Tinituhon (Tee nee tū hun) is a collaborative project designed to plan, develop, implement, and sustain an island-wide, cross-agency early childhood comprehensive system to support families and the island community of Guam to develop children who are healthy and ready to learn at school entry.

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