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The National Integrated Early Childhood Development Policy of Uganda, March 2016


The National Integrated Early Childhood Development Policy of Uganda helps secure children’s rights to survival, protection, development, and participation. These fundamental rights form a concrete path for the wellbeing of a child and are a foundation for the country’s future peace, security, and prosperity.

Early Childhood Development, covering the period from conception to 8 years of age, has been proven to contribute to social, economic, and human development, increase workforce productivity, and reduce poverty.