Mother-infant booksharing: Stellenbosch University shares their implementation experience

BooksharingResearch from economically developed countries suggests that book sharing between a caregiver and an infant may be especially effective as a means of promoting infant cognitive and language development. There has, however, been little work on the impact of promoting booksharing with infants in low and middle income settings.  For this reason the Stellenbosch University has developed a booksharing training programme for delivery to isiXhosa speaking families and in this learning brief they share their implementation experience.  Read more here.

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