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ADB 1995-01: Improving Early Childhood Development: An Integrated Program for the Philippines

This book is a joint product of the World Bank and ADB, and of a consultation process with key members of the child development community in the Philippines. It is based on a report that was produced to help in the preparation of a national investment plan for early childhood development (ECD). This is the first time either development bank has done a country study that looks at ECD in an integrated way, across health, nutrition, and early education.

Asian Development Bank
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Hunt, Joseph Michael M.; health sector; health and nutrition; education; health management; health program;
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