The Emergent Literacy and Math Initiative
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This presentation looks at why early learning and maths are important in the home and caregiving environment. It provides examples from Rwanda and Ethiopia.
Author: Ivelina Borisova
Organization: Save the Children
Date: October 19, 2015
Countries: Ethiopia, Rwanda
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