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Evaluation of UNICEFs Early Childhood Development Programme with Focus on Government of Netherlands Funding 20082010 Ghana Country Case Study Report

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  • Kimberly Boller
  • Kathy Buek
  • Andrew Burwick
  • Minki Chatterji
  • Diane Paulsell
  • Samia Amin
  • Evan Borkum
  • Larissa Campuzano
  • Jessica Jacobson
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    Mathematica's evaluation looked at early childhood developing programming, policy development, and investments; (2) efforts to enhance infrastructure to expand and sustain investments in service quality and support parent choice and decision making; and (3) efforts to integrate programs and policies into national and regional agendas.

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    Paper provided by Mathematica Policy Research in its series Mathematica Policy Research Reports with number 0d205a2690b84927864141e1054d107d.

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    Length: 69
    Date of creation: 30 Apr 2011
    Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:0d205a2690b84927864141e1054d107d
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    1. Marito Garcia & Alan Pence & Judith L. Evans, 2008. "Africa's Future, Africa's Challenge : Early Childhood Care and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa
      [L’Avenir de l’Afrique, Le Défi de l’Afrique : Soins et développement de la petite enfance en Afriqu
      ," World Bank Publications, The World Bank, number 6365, December.
    2. John M. Love & Ellen E. Kisker & Christine Ross & Helen Raikes & Jill Constantine & Kimberly Boller & Jeanne Brooks-Gunn & Rachel Chazan-Cohen & Louisa Banks Tarullo & Christy Brady-Smith & Allison Si, "undated". "The Effectiveness of Early Head Start for 3-Year-Old Children and Their Parents: Lessons for Policy and Programs," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 10736b794ab64be890ae75757, Mathematica Policy Research.
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