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MARTINEZ, José William. Child Development: a review. Investig. andina [online]. 2014, vol.16, n.29, pp.1118-1137. ISSN 0124-8146.

Childhood interventions should involve families, careers and education groups of children's 3-6 years old, particularly focused on the poorest, such as indigenous people of Colombia and those in rural areas. Programs that develop strategies for health, physical activity, and nutrition and education services and also undertake families are characterized by having a sufficient intensity and duration is cost-effective. The benefits can be increased when these programs consult the conditions and needs. According to the econometric analysis, all the interventions in childhood must be linked to social development projects involving more income for economically vulnerable population because both increased revenues and order nutritional programs contribute significantly to the reducing malnutrition and reduced the intergenera-tional transmission of poverty.

Keywords : Child Development; Human Development; Language Development; Health Planning Councils.

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