How might we increase and support parents’ understanding of what to expect in the first five years of their children’s lives?
Many parents are unaware of the developmental needs their children have in their early years. Without a baseline understanding of major milestones, parents are left without the information they need to prioritize the most crucial aspects of their children’s growth and cognitive development.
How might we increase and support parents' understanding of what to expect in the first five years of their children's lives?
Literacy in rural Nepal is low and health literacy is very low. There are huge disparities in health status in rural and urban area of Nepal. Life expectancy at Kathmandu, the capital city is 80+ where in Mugu district is 36 years.
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