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This note presents the evidence on the role that simple early childhood stimulation inputs can play when they accompany nutrition inputs, and how the joint intervention is crucial to the
These briefs summarise the mainstreaming of various thematic areas in the INEE Minimum Standards Handbook. Themes include: Gender, Inclusive Education, Inter-sectoral Linkages, Psychosocial and Well-being, Youth, HIV and AIDS, Human
This training material covers Early Childhood Development (ECD) in Emergency as part of the pilot of INEE ECD training materials. At the end of this session, participants will better be
Brief adapted from a background paper commissioned for the 2019 Global Education Monitoring Report There is an urgent need for a comprehensive response to the rapidly growing population of young children (
This report explores the experiences of 11 different national Education Clusters surrounding five thematic issues while capturing key lessons learned and examples of good practices. The Education Strategic Planning process revealed
This report offers the reader an overview of the many programs around the world that are targeting children from birth to the age of eight. These programs are supported and
Just what is it like working as an early years professional within contexts such as these? What are some of the problems, issues, and challenges that one has to deal
The objective of this document is to provide practical guidance to ministries of education and their partner agencies to support the application of EGRA.
This thesis provides an understanding of how by incorporating early childhood education in its formal settings and implementing peace education within this stage, Sri Lanka’s endeavours to foster peace
Background paper prepared for the Education for All Global Monitoring Report 2007 This paper will seek to review progress made to date in meeting the rights of children 3-6 years old