Karam 3 Auxiliary Event
Dec 06, 2022 06:30 PM - 08:30 PM(Africa/Casablanca)
20221206T1830 20221206T2030 Africa/Casablanca Can a Nudge Encourage Us All to be Better Caregivers

Can nudges inspire – rather than dictate – how we can all be better caregivers?Behavioural science is increasingly touching the daily lives of parents and other caregivers, encouraging them to provide better and more nurturing care to babies and toddlers. With behaviour change, there are no one-size-fits-all solutions. But this session will share specific solutions to global problems and prompt a conversation about the methods we use to improve outcomes for young children.To share more knowledge on how and where this is happening, the Bernard van Leer Foundation and some of our global partners are launching Early Childhood Matters 2022 at the SBCC Summit. This issue brings early childhood experts and behavioural scientists together to share evidence, stories of testing ideas and learnings from scaling implementation around the world. If you have little to no prior knowledge on how behavioural science and early childhood development can be combined to generate better outcomes for children, caregivers and professionals, you are not alone - but we encourage you to come, learn more and grow your network. 

Karam 3 International Social and Behavior Change Communication Summit info@sbccsummit.org

Can nudges inspire – rather than dictate – how we can all be better caregivers?

Behavioural science is increasingly touching the daily lives of parents and other caregivers, encouraging them to provide better and more nurturing care to babies and toddlers. With behaviour change, there are no one-size-fits-all solutions. But this session will share specific solutions to global problems and prompt a conversation about the methods we use to improve outcomes for young children.

To share more knowledge on how and where this is happening, the Bernard van Leer Foundation and some of our global partners are launching Early Childhood Matters 2022 at the SBCC Summit. This issue brings early childhood experts and behavioural scientists together to share evidence, stories of testing ideas and learnings from scaling implementation around the world. If you have little to no prior knowledge on how behavioural science and early childhood development can be combined to generate better outcomes for children, caregivers and professionals, you are not alone - but we encourage you to come, learn more and grow your network. 

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Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP)
Queen Rania Foundation for Education and Development
Save The Children International
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UNICEF Afghanistan
 Maosud Bismelzay
UNICEF Afghanistan
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Development Media International
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