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UNICEF is launching a new web to encourage more "super dads" to join the early education of children, in which the United Nations Children's fund claims fathers' role cannot be ignored.
The Early Moments Matter web intends to give all parents and caregivers the opportunity to share their experiences and be inspired with new ways of supporting their children's development.
UNICEF launched the new parenting microbe as part of the "Super Dad" campaign, recognizing the important role of fathers in the early development of their children and calling for more support for fathers, including the adoption of policies that provide them with the resources they need to spend more time with their children.
UNICEF said that during the first 1,000 days of life, the child's brain can establish up to one million neuron connections per second.
These neural connections determine a child's cognitive ability, their health and happiness, how they learn and think, their ability to deal with stress, and their ability to form relationships.
The "Super Dad" mission of UNICEF aims to remind parents that when fathers provide children with care and protection in their early years, play with them and provide support for their nutrition, children are expected to learn better, reduce behavioral problems, and become healthier and happier.
The new web has opened its service in English, Chinese, French, Spanish, and Arabic version.