At the end the intervention effort, participating parents reported drastically reduced stress in the family, including reduced behavioral problems , compared to parents in the control group. The UO researchers also documented, that children whoing and brain-wave scans, improvements in child language acquisition skills, memory and cognitive ability.
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The majority of world probably knows little over this humanitarian crisis the life of children the lives of children under five. Obtain get there, do I hope I can tell that they are heard, and try my best make sure that more will be do for them. ‘.. Where Main Events Cameroon’s forgotten victims of child malnutrition.
Internationally acclaimed actress and humanitarian campaigner Mia Farrow, came Cameroon present with an message of hope browse most vulnerable children in of the country. A priority in the UNICEF Ambassador for from her week-long stay it will be the communities in the east, where there is more than 60,000 Central African refugees and the Langui the camp where. To more than 3,000 fleeing fled of Chad the last year – ‘UNICEF has asked me Add a my voice to the urgent need of Cameroon the problem of the problem of malnutrition in children which UNICEF does as the silent emergency,’said Mia Farrow.