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338 Adams and Hartnett, Cost Sharing in the Social Sectors of Sub-Saharan Africa: Impact on the Poor No. 344 Barwell, Transport and the Village: Findings from African Village-Level Travel and Transport Surveys and Related Studies No. 346 Biggs and Srivastava, Structural Aspects of Manufacturing in Sub-Saharan Africa: Findings from a Seven Country Enterprise Survey Page v Contents Foreword ix Abstract xi Acknowledgments xiii Abbreviations xv Executive Summary 1 1. Introduction 5 Focus of the Report 6 Methodology 7 Organization of the Report 9 2.

The initiative is expressly interested in approaches which act on interconnections which focus on the physical, cognitive and socio-emotional dimensions of child development, and which merge interventions in health, nutrition and early education for synergy and mutual reinforcement. The current report identifies a number of experiences in Sub-Saharan Africa which have this approach. No single program can meet all needs for all contexts, but a handful of countries has set out with an agenda of integrated support to ECD from which important lessons can be drawn.

The initiative is expressly interested in approaches which act on interconnections which focus on the physical, cognitive and socio-emotional dimensions of child development, and which merge interventions in health, nutrition and early education for synergy and mutual reinforcement. The current report identifies a number of experiences in Sub-Saharan Africa which have this approach. No single program can meet all needs for all contexts, but a handful of countries has set out with an agenda of integrated support to ECD from which important lessons can be drawn.

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