The R4P Magazine is the culmination of the hard work of many contributors to bridge the gap between research and practice. It summarizes several research articles on children into language that is accessible and understandable for people from many different backgrounds.
About the Center for learning and childhood development
By: Leonie Akoflo-Sowah and Sarah Dalglish
Why is Early Childhood Development Important?
Early Childhood Development: The Foundation of Sustainable DevelopmenT
Summarized by: Kathleen Lee and Lisa Gee
The Early Years: Silent Emergency or Unique OpportunitY
Summarized by: Swati Sudarsan and Jessica DeRuiter
Quote from focus group discussion with mothers of children with cerebral palsy
What is the State of the Problem
Globally and in Ghana?
Risk of Poor Development in Young Children in Low-Income and Middle-Income Countries: An Estimation and Analysis at the Global, Regional, and Country Level
Summarized by: Corinne Sakyi
Early Childhood Development in Ghana
What are the Challenges Facing Early Childhood ducation in Ghana
Challenges Facing Early Childhood Education in Ghana. What do Stakeholders Say?
Summarized by: Katherine Lee and Lisa Gee
Early Childhood Education in Ghana: Perceptions of Stakeholders in the Western Region of Ghana
Summarized by: Dasheema P. Jarrett
Which Interventions work?
Nurturing Care: Promoting Early Childhood DevelopmenT
Summarized by: Elizabeth Weage and Leonie Akofio-Sowah
How do we Scale Up Interventions?
Investing in the foundation of sustainable development: Pathways to scale up for early childhood development
Summarized by: Neha Naithani
Rapid diagnostic testing is more accurate with whole blood compared with serum
HIV testing accuracy is very important because both negative or positive testing that is wrong can have bad consequences.
The social and cultural factors that influence the care of children orphaned by AIDS in the Ashanti and Eastern regions of Ghana
The number of children below 18 years in Ghana who have become orphans because their mother, father or both have died from AIDS is growing.
Depression and risk factors for depression among mothers of sick infants in Kumasi, Ghana
The prevalence of depression in women after delivery (postpartum) in low-income countries is 14 to 50%.