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Best Practices | November 4, 2015

Better Care for Kids: An Overview of the SMILE Program in Nigeria

Learn how a large-scale USAID-funded program is helping 500,000 vulnerable children and the people who care for them. Led by CRS, the five-year program is strengthening government health systems and civil society organizations so they can provide better care to children. It is also helping families learn about nutrition, children’s rights, why going to school is important, and how to save money.