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The National Integrated Early Childhood Development Policy Action Plan of Uganda (2016-2021)

Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development Country Resources Child and Youth General Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Uganda 2016 Policy document early intervention

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A comprehensive, integrated, coordinated and multi-sectoral intervention for early childhood development. The policy seeks to meet the multi-dimensional needs of young children through advocacy, lobbying, increased funding for early childhood development, and to increase visibility of early childhood development, particularly of disadvantaged children.


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