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Children's learning outcomes can be massively improved by caregivers' use of positive parenting practices that include reading, singing, telling stories, playing games, teaching, and showing affection. This is one of the key findings of Save the Children’s completed five-year Tuwekeze Pamoja Research Project presented on August 26, 2022, during the Policy Forum’s monthly breakfast debate.

The project aimed to improve children's learning outcomes by providing holistic support to girls and boys from conception to age 6, ensuring their physical, social-emotional, and cognitive development, and learning needs are met. The project was implemented in Mbozi District, Rungwe Region, to support the documentation of learning, evidence, and impact results to influence the Government's and development partners' early childhood policies, practices, and resources.