Asia

Case Studies – Asia

ISSA case studies 12
Supply and Demand for Child Care Services in Turkey, A Mixed Methods Study, Report No.: 98884-TR,

(6/6/2016)

This report aims to identify key constraints and opportunities to expand quality and affordable access to child care services in Turkey.

ISSA case studies 10
Quality in early childhood settings: universal values and cultural flexibility. Early Childhood Matters Journal, June 2015, Vol 124, Pg. 78-82,

(6/6/2016)

This article discusses how to strike the right balance between universal values and the need to consider cultural contexts and involve local stakeholders when defining how quality can be measured.

ISSA case studies 9
The ISSA Principles of Quality Pedagogy: Quality Early Childhood Education and Care through democratic processes, Learning for Well- Being Magazine,

(6/6/2016)

A fundamental point in assessing quality in early education settings is the belief in the right of young children to democratically and actively participate in their education and care processes. Early education and care is undertaken with children and their families and not to children.

ISSA case studies 8
Early Childhood Services for Children from Birth to Three Years Old, ISSA

(6/6/2016)

The report raises critical issues to be addressed through dialogue, advocacy and joint actions among partners from different sectors and organizations in CEE/CIS countries.

ISSA case studies 2
From Decline to Recovery/ Post-primary education in Mongolia

(6/1/2016)

The case study explores Mongolia’s impressive education recovery where more children are completing primary education and that want to expand equitable access to post-primary schooling.

ARAB RESOURCE COLLECTIVE
Mother Child Education Program Evaluation of the piloting in Palestinian camps in Lebanon

(5/25/2016)

The Mother Child Education Program (MOCEP) draws on three decades of research and was developed for mothers with children between 5 and 6 years of age who have not had access to pre-school education. MOCEP was developed by AÇEV, and transferred to several countries in Europe and also in the Arabic region.

ARAB RESOURCE COLLECTIVE
Arab Network for Early Childhood Development (ANECD) Founding Forum, 15-17 December, 2014

(5/25/2016)

This report1 covers the proceedings of the Founding Forum of the Arab Network for Early Childhood Development (ANECD). The three-day meeting included 24 presentations related to networking and ECD challenges globally and in Arab countries. The participants adopted a Concluding Document with recommendations and a road map for the deployment of the Network.

ARAB RESOURCE COLLECTIVE
Empowerment Approach for Adults Working and Living with Children

(5/25/2016)

ECCD is about recognizing that the child’s education is the interaction with his/her environment, especially people an d knowledge. Newly internalized information requires new skills and therefore our approach relates also to information, values, beliefs, attitudes, and skills.

ARAB RESOURCE COLLECTIVE
Developing Culturally Relevant Resources for ECCD – Action Oriented Approach

(5/23/2016)

Despite the last years remarkable progresses made, children in the Arabic region still suffer a serious discrimination regarding the services and opportunities offered to them. Caregivers are in need of supportive resources in Arabic, and parents encounter serious challenges regarding this issue.

CG GLOBAL REPORT 3:
HELPING CHILDREN HEAL AND THRIVE THROUGH PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT: A MODEL FOR POST-DISASTER RESILIENCE AMONG INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES IN THE PHILIPPINES

(5/21/2016)

It examines the importance of building resilience through early childhood education. In 2013, in the aftermath of a natural disaster in the Philippines, a model was created to support resilience-building in devastated communities. The model includes using a curriculum which integrates psychosocial support for children and adults, increasing capacity-buil ding among teachers and adults working with children, and adapting local traditions for building resilience.

CG GLOBAL REPORT 2:
TWO PARENTING PROGRAMMES THAT ADDRESS INEQUALITY IN THE ARAB REGION

(5/21/2016)

The first parenting programme is aimed at mothers of children ages 5 to 6 living in Palestinian refugee camps and earby disadvantaged communities in Lebanon. The other programme focuses on parents of vulnerable children in a younger age group (from conception to age 5). This programme features a parent-to-parent training course and discussion opportunities that impart early childhood knowledge to poor parents in areas of Lebanon and Egypt with low access to services.

CG GLOBAL REPORT 1:
AN INTENSIVE, SHORT-COURSE EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROGRAMME IN TURKEY AND LAO PDR

(5/21/2016)

It highlights a short, intensive early childhood education programme whi ch prepares children for entry into primary school in remote, rural areas. Children receive pre-literacy and pre-numeracy training and learn the offic ial language of instruction, which is foreign to many children from different ethnic and linguistic communities.

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