Case #2218.0

Cuna Más: Peru’s Home Visiting Program Evolves into a Comprehensive Early Childhood Development Strategy

Publication Date: May 5, 2021
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The first case in this series describes the creation and initial expansion of Cuna Más, a national home visiting program in Peru. This second and final case in the series picks up a few years after Cuna Más was launched and charts the program’s successes and challenges, while taking an in-depth look into how policymakers paved the way for an ambitious and comprehensive multisectoral early childhood strategy that would bring together a vast network of social, education, health, and other services.  

Learning Objective:
This case can be used to illustrate how concerted efforts at all levels of government as well as savvy policymaking are vital to creating sustainable programs that achieve the desired results.

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Case Author:
Anjani Datla
Faculty Lead:
Julie Boatright Wilson
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Funding Source:
Bernard Van Leer Foundation