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The Gambia Early Childhood Development : SABER Country Report 2013

SANITATION INFANT MORTALITY RATES CHILD HEALTH SOCIAL MOBILIZATION CAREGIVERS POLICY GOALS REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH BASIC EDUCATION QUALITY OF SERVICES LOCAL AUTHORITIES RELIGIOUS INSTITUTIONS PEOPLE ABUSE INFORMED DECISIONS SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS INFANT FEEDING ANTENATAL CARE HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS POLICY FRAMEWORK PREVENTION LAWS EQUITABLE ACCESS FOOD SUPPLEMENTS LIVE BIRTHS COMMUNITY HEALTH SOCIAL WORK GOOD GOVERNANCE POPULATION GROUPS DISCRIMINATION REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH POLICY HEALTH CARE ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY SYNDROME LEGAL STATUS NATIONAL POLICIES HEALTH BREAST MILK HEALTH WORKERS DEVELOPMENT GOALS GLOBAL POLICY GOVERNMENT SUPPORT INFORMATION SYSTEMS HEALTH FACILITIES WORLD COMMUNITY HOSPITAL PUBLIC HEALTH EFFECTIVE POLICIES DAY CARE MATERNAL MORTALITY HEALTH INITIATIVES HEALTH SECTOR KNOWLEDGE ESSENTIAL HEALTH SERVICES MATERNITY LEAVE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT POLICY LEVER ADVOCACY PROGRAMS MINISTRY OF HEALTH IRON QUALITY OF EDUCATION TRAINING IMMUNIZATION RIGHTS OF CHILDREN INTERVENTION SERVICES FOR CHILDREN ANTENATAL VISITS BABY HEALTH CENTERS CHILD DEVELOPMENT NURSES CHILDBEARING AGE VIOLENCE FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION MARKETING CHILD ABUSE SERVICE PROVISION MORTALITY RATE PRIMARY SCHOOL ORPHANS SERVICE DELIVERY GLOBAL HEALTH SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT MORTALITY GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS CHILD CARE STATUS OF WOMEN PUBLIC DEMAND NUTRITIONAL STATUS PROGRESS PRIMARY SCHOOLS EDUCATION SYSTEMS VULNERABLE FAMILIES INFANT MORTALITY INFANT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE POLICY DEVELOPMENT WORKERS POLICIES AGED LOW-INCOME COUNTRY BASIC NEEDS MATERNAL HEALTH SERVICES SURVEILLANCE IMMUNODEFICIENCY POLICY MAKERS HEALTH POLICY NATIONAL GOVERNMENT NATIONAL LEVELS LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL POLICY POLICY DIALOGUE PARENTING WORKSHOP VICTIMS URBAN AREAS NUTRITION EDUCATION EARLY CHILDHOOD IMMUNIZATIONS MANDATES DECISION MAKING NUTRITION INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT MOTHER YOUNG CHILDREN CHILDBEARING POLICY SOCIAL WELFARE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION CHILD MORTALITY VACCINES GOVERNMENT POLICIES WEIGHT PHYSICIANS PREGNANT WOMEN TEACHER RATIO NATIONAL LAWS MATERNAL HEALTH OBESITY GOVERNMENT AGENCIES DOMESTIC ABUSE CHILDREN CLINICS LACK OF AWARENESS MATERNAL DEATHS PARENTAL LEAVE LACK OF KNOWLEDGE MIDWIVES RURAL AREAS NUMBER OF CHILDREN YOUNG CHILD BIRTH ATTENDANTS WELLNESS PATERNITY LEAVE POPULATION NATIONAL POLICY NATIONAL HEALTH POLICY MARITAL STATUS PRACTITIONERS QUALITY ASSURANCE STRATEGY GROSS NATIONAL INCOME NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF WOMEN REGISTRATION FAMILIES CHILD HEALTH SERVICES LACK OF INFORMATION WOMEN EMERGENCY OBSTETRIC CARE REFERRAL SYSTEM NEWBORN HOSPITALS HEALTH INTERVENTIONS OBSTETRIC CARE MATERNAL NUTRITION ILLNESSES INFANT MORTALITY RATE SECONDARY EDUCATION HEALTH SERVICES IMPLEMENTATION INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS PREGNANCY HEALTH OFFICIALS POLICY ACTIVITIES NEWBORN CARE SKILLED ATTENDANTS BREASTFEEDING SERVICE PROVIDERS HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Gambia, The
2015-11-18T15:44:26Z | 2015-11-18T15:44:26Z | 2013-01

This report presents an analysis of the early childhood development (ECD) programs and policies that affect young children in the Gambia and recommendations to move forward. This report is part of a series of reports prepared by the World Bank using the systems approach for better education results (SABER) - ECD framework and includes analysis of early learning, health, nutrition, and social and child protection policies, and interventions in the Gambia, along with regional and international comparisons.

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