The LEGO Foundation Partners with UNICEF, ChildFund International, The Research Program on Children and Adversity at the Boston College School of Social Work, and Save the Children to Expand Playful Parenting Across the Globe
Today, the LEGO Foundation announced partnerships with UNICEF, ChildFund International, The Research Program on Children and Adversity (RPCA) at the Boston College School of Social Work, and Save the Children to scale parenting interventions that promote playful interactions in Bhutan, Guatemala, Rwanda, Serbia, and Zambia.
This announcement follows a commitment made by the Foundation from earlier this year, which pledged to bring to scale impactful programs that support parents and caregivers to strengthen children’s development through play. While ample evidence confirms the benefits of playful parenting programs, such efforts have rarely expanded beyond the local level. The LEGO Foundation, by way of its Playful Parenting initiative, is investing in bringing programs to scale and developing learning to help ensure sustainability and continued expansion……...………………
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