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Guide to ECD innovations in Africa : showcasing innovative ECD strategies, lessons learned and tools! = Guide des innovations relatives au DPE en Afrique : présentation des stratégies novatrices en DPE, les enseignements tirés et les outils! / Fourth African International Conference on Early Childhood Development = IVeme Conférence Africaine Internationale sur le Développement de la Petite Enfance.

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Meeting:
International Conference on Early Childhood Care and Development (4th : 2009 : Dakar, Senegal)
Language:
English, French. English and French.
Publication date:
2009
Imprint:
Dakar, Senegal : Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA), Working Group on Early Childhood Development, [2009]
Format:
  • Book, Conference Proceedings
  • 82 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.
Title Variation:
Guide des innovations relatives au DPE en Afrique : présentation des stratégies novatrices en DPE, les enseignements tirés et les outils!
Note:
Title from cover. "10-13 November 2009."
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Cameroon: Production of Africa-centric literature/texts for context-sensitive ECD programs and tools
  • République Centrafricaine: L'approche du développement intégral du jeune enfant en République Centrafricaine (DIJE)
  • République du Congo-Brazzaville: Guide pour la création et le fonctionnement des espaces communautaires d'éveil
  • République Démocratique du Congo: Calendrier du développement de la petite enfance
  • Cote d'Ivoire: Elle constiste à permettre au Ministère du plan d'initier l'impulsion par une coordination qu'il assure
  • Ethiopia: An innovative and cost-effective approach towards school readiness for 6 years old children by their older brothers and sisters
  • Ghana: Innovation 1: The child's health is everybody's business
  • Ghana: Innovation 2: Care for the young and vulnerable
  • Ghana: Innovation 3: United we stand, divided we fall
  • Ghana: Innovation 4: Train the teacher to train the child
  • Kenya: Innovation 1: Ensuring children from poor households enter school ready to learn
  • Kenya: Innovation 2: Early childhood development education, education beyond the perceived horizons!
  • Kenya: Innovation 3: Beyond dependency, voluntary saving and loaning transforming the ECD environment
  • Malawi: Empowering vulnerable grandparents to care for their vulnerable grandchildren
  • République de Maurice: Parental empowerment to empowering communities
  • Niger: Stratégie d'education parentale
  • Nigeria: mobilising to give the forgotten children a chance in life
  • Sénégal: Innovation 1: Intégration des technologies de l'information et de la communication (TIC) dans les apprentissages au préscoliare
  • Sénégal: Innovation 2: Le group de jeu, espace d'épanouissement pour les jeunes enfants
  • Sénégal: Innovation 3: Project parrainage de bébés (PPBB) --South Africa: Innovation 1: TREE's innovative, integrated ECD programme supports vulnerable young children and families
  • South Africa: Innovation 2: Brighter future for children through integrated ECD care-package
  • South Africa: Innovation 3: Preschool becomes multi-purpose centre that serves whole community
  • South Africa: Innovation 4: Health message games help familes to learn together at home
  • South Africa: Innovation 5: SIYABATHANDA ABANTIWANA, cherishing our children
  • South Africa: Innovation 6: Young children thrive when families can access good support systems
  • Tanzania: Innovation 1: Nurturing partnerships for rights and needs of Tanzanian young chlidren
  • Tanzania: Innovation 2: Implementation of integrated early childhood development initiative, experiences from Tanzania
  • Tanzania: Innovation 3: Sustaining community based ECD programs in Tanzania
  • Tanzania: Innovation 4: An integrated national early childhood development policy development process, Tanzania experience --Uganda: Vulnerable elders caring for vulnerable youngers, grandparents in ECD
  • Zambia: Early childhood care, development and education for children in Zambia
  • Zanzibar: Providing ECCDE through the radio, more than child's play
  • Zimbabwe: Innovation 1: Utilizing ECD Centres to implement community-based interventions
  • Zimbabwe: Innovation 2: Expanding ECD services to OVC in Zimbabwe farming communities
  • Zimbabwe: Innovation 3: ECD, entry point for strengthening care environment for vulnerable children.
Contributor:
Association for the Development of Education in Africa. Working Group on Early Childhood Development.
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