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Martínez, J. W. (2015). Desarrollo infantil: una revisión. Revista Investigaciones Andina, 16(29), 1118-1137. https://doi.org/10.33132/01248146.51

Resumen

Las intervenciones en la infancia deben involucrar las familias, cuidadores y grupos de educación, de los niños de 3 a 6 años, particularmente focalizados en los más pobres, como son las poblaciones indígenas de Colombia y los habitantes de zonas rurales.

Los programas que desarrollan estrategias de salud, actividad física, nutrición y servicios educativos que comprometen las familias y además se caracterizan por tener una intensidad y duración suficiente, son costo-efectivos. Los beneficios se pueden aumentar cuando estos programas consultan las condiciones y necesidades.

Según los análisis econométricos, todas las intervenciones en la infancia deben estar ligadas a proyectos de desarrollo social que involucren mejores ingresos para la población vulnerable a nivel económico, porque tanto el aumento de ingresos como los programas de orden nutricional, contribuyen de manera significativa a la reducción de la malnutrición y a la disminución de la transmisión intergeneracional de pobreza.

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