Early childhood development (ECD)

Early childhood development (ECD) has become a priority for research, policy and programming, at national and global level, with increasing recognition of the interconnections between a nation’s development goals and the quality of services for all young girls and boys, and their families. The term ‘ECD’ is increasingly being used to reflect the evidence that young children’s survival, health, care and learning involves interconnected and dynamic growth processes from well before the infant is born through into their early school years.

“The Millennium Development Goals are closely interconnected in their impact on the rights of the young child. Poverty, maternal and child survival, nutrition, health, protection from violence, abuse and exploitation, gender equality and human development have short‐ and long‐term consequences for the rights of young children, with implications for future generations, as poverty cycles are reproduced.” (UN, 2010, p. 4)

Early childhood development Programs

  • Investment in Early Childhood Development
  • Early Childhood Care Education & Development
  • Supporting Children’s Cognitive Development
  • Supporting Children’s Social and Emotional Development
  • Building Competencies in Care and Education Professionals
  • Care and Nutrition Counselling

We want every child to be

  • Happy and healthy
  • Curious
  • Self-confident
  • Communicative
  • Creative
  • Tolerant
  • Caring
  • Resilient
  • Sensitive to diversity
  • Humble
  • Attentive
  • A constant learner

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