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Take good care of Santiago
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    Take good care of Santiago

    Childhood is crucial for children’s learning, health development and nutrition. “Take good care of Santiago” tells us the six elements that make up for high quality childcares.
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Growing Up with Love
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    Growing Up with Love

    During the last 15 years, the Amor Program (i.e. Love Program) has provided quality preschool education, nutrition and health services to more than 80,000 Nicaraguan children.
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Health at the Local Level
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    Health at the Local Level

    In Honduras, the desentralization of health services has considerably decreased maternal and child mortality.
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El Salvador: Results in Health
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    El Salvador: Results in Health

    The IDB and the Mesoamerica Health Initiative 2015 are supporting the Salvadorian government to improve the use and quality of basic health services for millions of poor people—especially women and children under 5.
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Health in Chiapas, Mexico
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    Health in Chiapas, Mexico

    More than 200 million people in LAC are affected by the Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs). A program supported by the IDB fights these diseases combining low cost solutions whose effectiveness have been scientifically proven.
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Colombia supports its children
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    Colombia supports its children

    In Colombia, the Familias en Acción program has become a key factor in the battle against hunger and absenteeism
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Sprinkles Against Anemia
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    Sprinkles Against Anemia

    Up to one million Central American children will receive nutritional supplements locally produced in El Salvador.
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Salud Mesoamerica 2015
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    Salud Mesoamerica 2015

    In the next five years, this public-private partnership aims at ensuring access to basic health services for more than 8 million poor women and children. Partners include the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Carlos Slim Health Institute, the Government of Spain and the IDB.
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Teachers Come Home
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    Teachers Come Home

    In Uruguay, teachers from the INFAMILIA Program become tutors for children with special needs.
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Mi Familia Progresa
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    Mi Familia Progresa

    Guatemalan families receive cash incentives to ensure their children´s nutrition, education and health
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Nutrition in El Alto, Bolivia
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    Nutrition in El Alto, Bolivia

    Latin American countries are increasingly promoting health systems that focus on prevention and primary care. Here, the lessons learned from a nutrition program in El Alto, Bolivia.
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Reinventing the Classroom
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    Reinventing the Classroom

    Through Plan Ceibal, Uruguay is the first country in the world to give a computer to every child.
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Early Childhood Development: Pilot of Parenting Interventions in the Caribbean
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    Early Childhood Development: Pilot of Parenting Interventions in the Caribbean

    While Jamaica has conducted pathbreaking studies in early childhood development, there are no systematic evaluations on what type of programs work best for children up to age 3. For this reason, the generation of reliable and policy-relevant pilots and evaluations is a central topic for both the Caribbean and the IDB.
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