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When we as parents show care to our children by educating them, we empower our communities. Education is a universal right of a human being, and can help break the cycles of poverty, disease and social inequity. It equips children with the knowledge, skills and confidence they need to shape a better future for themselves, their communities and the world! Watch an appeal from kids in the U.S asking for help.
These materials guide health workers and other counselors as they help families build stronger relationships with their children and solve problems in caring for their children at home. “Care for child development” recommends play and communication activities for families to stimulate the learning of their children. Also, through play and communication, adults learn how to be sensitive to the needs of children and respond appropriately to meet them. These basic care-giving skills contribute to the survival, as well as the healthy growth and development, of young children.