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The New York Times

Jack Graham

26 June 2019

Lake First Nation, Ontario, Canada

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When the opioid crisis hit indigenous communities throughout North America, solutions that were working in urban areas, weren't available to these isolated, rural regions. To combat the crisis specifically as it relat...

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Jack Graham

1 August 2018

Podgorica, Montenegro

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In Montenegro, a comprehensive effort to curb physical abuse of children and childhood trauma - namely through a public information campaign and a hotline for parents - is in the beginning stages, but showing results....

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Jack Graham

4 July 2018

Singapore

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Since Singapore introduced the "Play Maker" program for preschoolers in 2016, it has seen wide-ranging benefits. By integrating interactive robots into the school day, the curriculum increases students' exposure to te...

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Jack Graham

27 June 2018

Minnesota, United States

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The Newborn Foundation in collaboration with tech-company Masimo created an infant pulse-oximeter used to diagnose heart defects in newborn babies. The technology is now being used all over the world and is integrated...

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Jack Graham

15 June 2018

Bogotá, Colombia

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Participation in art and music improves cognitive development and fosters social skills in young children. In Bogotá, Columbia, a program developed by Nidos: Art in Early Childhood provides tens of thousands of childr...

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Jack Graham

5 June 2018

Amsterdam, Netherlands

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The First 1000 Days program in Amsterdam aims to cut childhood obesity down to 0% by 2033. Facets of this program include extensive visits to mothers by nurses, organization of healthy community activities, and specif...

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Jack Graham

24 May 2018

Kigali, Rwanda

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Rwanda is approaching an ambitious goal - to be orphanage-free - and it's doing so by working to place children in orphanages with extended family and relatives, foster care, or re-integrating into society with the he...

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Jack Graham

18 May 2018

Bern, Switzerland

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Switzerland will soon be piloting a new algorithm to help refugees find jobs. The algorithm uses "machine learning to match geographic employment outcomes with refugees’ personal characteristics, such as gender, age a...

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Jack Graham

15 February 2018

San Isidro, Peru

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Peru formerly had one of the highest rates of stunting in South America, with chronic malnutrition affecting more than 1 in 4 children under five. Thanks to results-based budgeting and a government-wide commitment to ...

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Jack Graham

2 January 2018

Denmark

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In Denmark, one in ten preschools are held outdoors. First started in the 1950s, "forest kindergartens" improve students' concentration, social skills, and creativity, according to advocates. Skeptics have voiced safe...

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Jack Graham

6 November 2017

United States

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Investing in home-visit programs provides crucial support to low income, first time mothers and reduces overall government healthcare costs. The Nurse-Family Partnership, in coordination with the US Department of Heal...

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Jack Graham

1 November 2017

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Brazil's national Happy Child program, modeled after similar initiatives on the local level and in Jamaica, is working to help parents develop their children's motor coordination and cognitive development. The program...

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