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close this bookToward a Fair Start for Children - Programming for Early Childhood Care and Development in the Developing World (UNESCO; 1993; 100 pages)
View the documentPreface
View the documentAcknowledgements
View the documentI. Introduction
View the documentII. What Do They Mean and What Do We Know?
View the documentIII. Why Invest in Early Childhood Development?
View the documentIV. Where We Are and How We Got There?
View the documentV. A Programming Strategy1
View the documentVI. What Must Be Done?
 

Toward a Fair Start for Children - Programming for Early Childhood Care and Development in the Developing World

Robert G. Myers

The Young Child and the Family Environment Project, 1990-95

Dr Robert Myers is Co-ordinator of the Consultative Group on Early Childhood Care and Development, New York. He has had extensive experience both in field work and research with the Ford Foundation and UNICEF. He is at present a member of the Scientific Advisory Group for UNESCO’s Young Child and the Family Environment Project.

In his work, Dr Myers has urged that the struggle to save children’s lives should not be dissociated from the effort to make those lives meaningful. His book, The Twelve Who Survive, providing a comprehensive perspective on early childhood programmes in the developing world, was published by Routledge of London in 1992.

The author is responsible for the choice and presentation of the facts contained in this book and for the opinions expressed therein, which are not necessarily those of UNESCO and do not commit the Organization.

Requests for further copies of this book should be sent to the address below:

The Young Child and the Family Environment Project,
UNESCO, 7 Place de Fontenoy, 75352 Paris 07 SP, France

Document No ED-93/WS/23

Printed in 1993 in UNESCO’s workshop

First impression - August 1990 (2400 copies)
Second impression - October 1990 (2000 copies)
Third impression - February 1991 (4000 copies)
Fourth impression - August 1993(2500 copies)

 

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