Early childhood health
Project with Canada-wide Impacts
Plan and implement interventions to improve access for Francophone early childhood to health and wellness services, using a comprehensive approach (community programs, learning opportunities, knowledge products, support services, partnerships). Improve the well-being of parents, starting with the prenatal period, as well as children from 0 to 6 years old and their families in Francophone and Acadian minority communities (CFASM). Engage communities in taking charge of their health, well-being and overall health services.
Comité de gestion nationale en petite enfance
The Comité de gestion nationale en petite enfance (national early childhood management committee) manages and administers the funds granted by the federal government for implementing initiatives intended for early childhood development and French-language childcare services, as well as for the improvement of health and wellbeing of young children in Francophone and Acadian minority communities in Canada. The funding of initiatives comes from the Action Plan for official languages 2018-2023: Investing in Our Future, and is supported by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) and the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC).