Nutrition Risk Factors 1.Iodine 2.Fe 3.Stunting 4.IUGR (LBW) Protective Factor 1.Breast Feeding Psychosocial Risk Factors 1.Institutional raring 2.Expose to violence. 3.Maternal Depression. Protective Factor. 1.Maternal Education Specific Cause 1.Birth Asphyxia 2.HIV 3.Malaria 4.Lead Exposure 5.Genetic Stimulation & Education Program (Parenting & Pre School Enrolment) Stimulation & Education Program (Parenting & Pre School Enrolment) 1.Nutrition Program 2.Service Delivery 1.Nutrition Program 2.Service Delivery Child Development Management 1.Policy Support for multi sector integration. 2.Effective Program Scale up & Maintenance 3.Sustainable Funding 4.Evidence base policy & Intervention. Integrated Child Development Program นพ. ชลทิศ อุไรฤกษ์กุล
Reference. Lancet Series Child Development 1. Inequality in early childhood : Risk and protective factors for early child development.(2007) Lancet Series Child Development 2 :Strategies for reducing inequalities and improving developmental outcomes for young children in low and middle income countries (2011)
Effective Parenting Program Right Group ; Children in most disadvantaged quintiles of their society,crucial period was early childhood. Interventions provided much return on investment in these group Right Channel ; Home and community base parenting and family support program were most effective. Right Method ; Child + Parent more effective than parent alone, Practical and role play more effective than lecture or health education.
Effective parenting Program Right Curriculum ; Well established and evidence base curriculum. Sustainable funding including cash transfer to whom attending parenting program. Integrated program : stimulation & education program + nutrition Program + service quality improvement program