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ABOUT THIS COURSE:
Strengthen the knowledge, skills, attitudes and practices of public officials’ teams involved in the management of policies and programs on early childhood development with the aim that they lead and manage integral policies and programs in their countries.
The course is directed towards public officials who are part of teams that provide services to families with young children, from pregnancy to early childhood, in the sectors of education, health, social welfare, and others, depending on the country.