The Scientific Committee is a multidisciplinary collaborative body that aims to bring scientific knowledge about Early Childhood Development to decision makers in general.
Established in 2011, the Committee is committed to an evidence-based approach and aims to build a knowledge base for society that transcends party divisions and recognizes the shared responsibility of family, community, private initiative and government in promoting the well-being of children from 0 to 6 years of age.
The primary objective is to identify the points of most significant impact on child development, as well as to synthesize and translate issues that have the potential to support the creation of policies in favor of children.
Its members seek the promotion of a national research agenda that addresses areas of study little or not explored in the country.
So far, six publications have been produced:
The Committee is composed of the following researchers: