Early Child Development is complex. Social, cultural, relational, biological, and genetic factors all play a critical role in determining how a child will grow. Through “bottom-up” initiatives, such as supporting pregnant women to maximize individual safety, health (including mental health), nutrition, and knowledge, the CCCN supports the development of young children. Simultaneously, through “top-down” initiatives, such as preparing evidence-based policy reports that governments and non-governmental organizations can use to establish laws and implement policies, the CCCN addresses the social and cultural factors that can impact ECD.

WINDREF, St. George’s University Campus,
True Blue, Grenada,
West Indies



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