Global Health BSc Student Dissertation - Isla Monaghan
Observing Somali families attending ‘Stay and Play’ groups, we found two kinds of community asset, supported by structured and unstructured activities. Culturally-coordinated activities in early-years settings can benefit child development, support families and increase communities’ social connectedness.
|Effective start/end date||1/12/17 → 17/05/18|
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