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Yemen Early Childhood Development : SABER Country Report 2013

ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE ACCESS TO PRESCHOOL BABIES BABY BIRTH REGISTRATION BREAST MILK BREAST MILK SUBSTITUTES BREASTFEEDING CARE CENTERS CAREGIVERS CHILD ABUSE CHILD DEVELOPMENT CHILD HEALTH CHILD HEALTH SERVICES CHILD MORTALITY CHILD PROTECTION CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES CITIZENS CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS CLASSROOM CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION CLASSROOMS COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT CURRICULA CURRICULUM DEPRESSION DIET DISABILITIES DISABLED CHILDREN DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN DISCRIMINATION DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DRUGS EARLY CHILDHOOD EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION EARLY LEARNING EARLY STIMULATION ECONOMIC GROWTH EDUCATION LAW EDUCATION POLICIES EDUCATION PROGRAMS EDUCATION SECTOR EDUCATION SERVICES EDUCATION SYSTEMS EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT EDUCATIONAL PERFORMANCE EFFECTIVE POLICIES ENROLLMENT FIGURES ENROLLMENT RATES ENROLLMENT RATIO EQUITABLE ACCESS ESSENTIAL HEALTH SERVICES FAMILIES FAMILY MEMBERS FEMALE LABOR FORCE FOOD SUPPLEMENTS GENDER EQUITY GENERAL EDUCATION GIRLS GOVERNMENT AGENCIES GOVERNMENT SUPPORT GROSS ENROLLMENT HEAD TEACHER HEALTH CARE SERVICES HEALTH EDUCATION HEALTH EFFECTS HEALTH FACILITIES HEALTH INTERVENTIONS HEALTH OUTCOMES HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH WORKERS HIV HOLISTIC APPROACH HOSPITAL HOSPITALS HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RIGHTS ILLNESS ILLNESSES IMMUNIZATION IMMUNIZATIONS INFANT INFANT MORTALITY INFORMATION SYSTEMS INSERVICE TRAINING INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS INTERNATIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATION INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS INTERVENTION IODINE DEFICIENCY IRON LABOR CODE LAWS LEARNING MATERIALS LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT LEVELS OF EDUCATION LITERACY LIVE BIRTHS MANDATES MARKETING MATERNAL MORTALITY MATERNAL MORTALITY RATIO MATERNITY LEAVE MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS MENTAL MINISTRY OF EDUCATION MORBIDITY MORTALITY MOTHER MOTHER TO CHILD MOTHER TO CHILD TRANSMISSION NATIONAL LAWS NATIONAL LEVEL NATIONAL LEVELS NATIONAL PLAN NATIONAL STRATEGY NET ENROLLMENT NEWBORNS NUMBER OF CHILDREN NUMERACY NURSES NUTRITION OBESITY ORPHANS PARENTAL LEAVE PARENTING PATERNITY LEAVE PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES PHYSICAL DISABILITIES POLICY DEVELOPMENT POLICY GOALS POLICY LEVER POOR FAMILIES PREGNANCY PREGNANT WOMEN PRENATAL CARE PREPRIMARY EDUCATION PRESCHOOL CURRICULUM PRESCHOOL EDUCATION PRESCHOOL ENROLLMENT PRESCHOOL TEACHERS PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY EDUCATION SYSTEM PRIMARY ENROLLMENT PRIMARY ENROLLMENT RATE PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PRIMARY HEALTHCARE PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT PRIMARY SCHOOLS PRIMARY TEACHERS PRINT MEDIA PRIVATE SCHOOLS PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT PUBLIC AWARENESS PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEM PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS PUBLIC SCHOOLS PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING QUALITY ASSURANCE QUALITY OF EDUCATION QUALITY PRESCHOOL RADIO REFUGEES REGISTRATION FEES REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS REGISTRATION OF CHILDREN REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES RIGHT TO EDUCATION RIGHTS OF CHILDREN RULE OF LAW RUNAWAY CHILDREN RURAL AREAS SANITATION SCHOOL READINESS SCHOOL YEAR SCREENING SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE PROVIDERS SERVICE PROVISION SERVICES FOR CHILDREN SHADOW REPORTS SKILLED ATTENDANTS SOCIAL AFFAIRS SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL SERVICES SOCIAL WELFARE SOCIAL WORKERS SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS SPECIAL NEEDS STDS STREET CHILDREN STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS TARGET POPULATIONS TEACHER TRAINING TEACHING TECHNICAL TRAINING TELEVISION TRAINING MATERIALS TRAINING PROGRAMS TRANSPORTATION TREATMENT SERVICES TUITION URBAN AREAS USE OF RESOURCES VACCINATION VACCINES VICTIMS VIOLENCE VULNERABLE FAMILIES WELLNESS WORKERS WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION YOUNG CHILDREN YOUTH
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Yemen, Republic of
2014-09-15T22:26:51Z | 2014-09-15T22:26:51Z | 2013

This report presents an analysis of the Early Childhood Development (ECD) programs and policies that affect young children in Yemen. This report is part of a series of reports prepared by the World Bank using the SABER-ECD framework and includes analysis of early learning, health, nutrition, and social and child protection policies and interventions in Yemen, along with regional and international comparisons. The SABER-ECD initiative is designed to enable ECD policymakers and development partners identify opportunities for further development of effective ECD systems. The SABER-ECD classification system does not rank countries according to any overall scoring; rather, it is intended to share information on how different ECD systems address the same policy challenges. This country report presents a framework to compare Yemen s ECD system with other countries in the region and internationally. Each of the nine policy levers are examined in detail and some policy options to strengthen ECD are offered. Yemen s National Strategy for Early Childhood shows a commitment to improving services for young children in the country. The challenge to address malnutrition, poor access to healthcare, low preschool enrollment, and other barriers to children s healthy development will be implementation. As the country moves through political transition, promoting early childhood development should be an important part of Yemen s progression to a civic state that serves all of its citizens. Investing in its youngest citizens is crucial to the country s future success. Table 14 offers policy recommendations and options that the government could consider to strengthen ECD.

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