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Day care services for the preschool child

  • Y. C. Mathur
  • Ajit Kumar
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Abstract

‘Children have essential needs and important rights every day, not just today, and all of us must do all we can to improve child care and health facilities and schools so that all children can be happy every day UNICEF.

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© H. M. Wallace and G. J. Ebrahim 1981

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  • Y. C. Mathur
  • Ajit Kumar

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