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Strategic Plan for Community and Decision-Maker Engagement and Dissemination of Parenting and Early Childhood Research in Lebanon
Few randomized controlled trials (RCTs) have explored the imple me nta t io n and impacts of early child ho o d education and parenting programs in very fragile contexts and humanitar ia n settings. In partnership with ...
Implementation Evaluation of the Mother-Child Education Program Among Refugee and Other Vulnerable Communities in Lebanon
Despite the knowledge that quality early childhood development programs, including those that target parental knowledge and behaviors, are essential for ameliorating the negative effects of early-life adversity, robust ...
The Role ofFathers Among Refugee and Disadvantaged Families in Low And Middle-Income Countries
The role of fathers among refugee and disadvantaged families in low and middle-income countries (LMICs) remains poorly understood. This study has sought to examine the associations between mothers’ perceptions of their ...
Effects of the Mother-Child Education Program on Parenting Stress and Disciplinary Practices Among Refugee and Other Marginalized Communities in Lebanon: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial
Few randomized controlled trials (RCTs) have explored the implementation and impacts of early childhood parenting education programs in very fragile contexts and humanitarian settings. We tested the effects of a group-based ...
Toward the Next Generation of Early Childhood Development Parenting Interventions:Knowns, Unknowns, and What Should be Known
There is significant awareness of the importance of parenting for the development and well-being of young children; however, there is lesser knowledge about how to implement supportive efforts that enable parents (and ...
Empathy: An Invaluable Natural Resource for Peace
Empathy for Peace is dedicated to building fair, just and peaceful communities. We do this by sharing cross-disciplinary empathy science with people and organizations working to create a more peaceful world.
Pathways to a More Peaceful and Sustainable World: Early Childhood
In the 1st year of life, the brain grows at the pace of 700-1,000 new neural connections per second, a pace that is never achieved again. By age 3 years, a child’s brain is twice as active as an adult brain. It is early ...