Toto Proofing

This is the act of making your house or home safe for the baby right away after birth to the age of 8 years and above when the child can fully make mature decisions. At preschool level, it is the act of making the classroom and play area safe for all children considering their physical abilities and level of activity done by a particular child.

Child safety measures change as the child grows, the more the child becomes mobile the more the need of proofing. When the baby can finally move from one place to another, the entire house should be free of small and sharp objects that the child may swallow.

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  • Richard Obedi

    says on:
    June 27, 2018 at 1:31 pm

    This is a great initiative that must be supported all the way. Thanks for putting such wonderful programme.

    Again, it was nice meeting you for the first time during the NIECD Communication & Advocacy TaskForce Meeting (Strategy Review) at the Ministry of Gender Labour & Social Development

    • Toto Voice Network

      says on:
      July 6, 2018 at 12:47 pm

      Hello Obedie,
      We are happy to hear from you.

      At TVN Uganda we believe that more advocacy has to done in all aspects of early childhood development in a proactive matter. We will be visiting Katalemwe Cheshire Home end of this month, we will be donating a some toys and early learning kits for their ECD center, you are invite, come with a friend.

      Thank you for love and we all have a role to play in this.

      Cathy ED
      Early Childhood Development for Africa’s Sustainable Development

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