• Participation in ECCE programmes has increased worldwide in the past decade, but progress remains insufficient and uneven.

    UNESCO: EDUCATION

  • It also plans to review global progress in ECCE and set standards and targets in for 2015 and beyond.

    UNESCO: MEDIA SERVICES

  • The participants called on countries to work with UNESCO to mobilize international donors to increase financial support for ECCE.

    UNESCO: Conference calls for new commitment to early childhood care and education

  • Five regional ECCE reports were prepared for the conference, which is organised by UNESCO, the Russian Federation and the City of Moscow.

    UNESCO: MEDIA SERVICES

  • Research shows that quality early childhood care and education (ECCE) has multiple benefits for individual children, their families and society as a whole.

    UNESCO: EDUCATION

  • The conference participants adopted the Moscow Framework of Action, which outlines a number of challenges that must be tackled to achieve ECCE goals.

    UNESCO: Conference calls for new commitment to early childhood care and education

  • Recommendations for national capacity development on training and re-training personnel for quality ECCE (policy, systems, scientific research, innovations and curriculum development) will be developed.

    UNESCO: MEDIA SERVICES

  • According to the recently released Education for All Global Monitoring Report 2007, ECCE lays strong foundations for future learning and all forms of personal development.

    UNESCO: Education

  • Accelerated Progress towards Achieving the EFA Goals by Increasing Adult Literacy, Expanding ECCE, and Promoting UPE in Rural Areas of Hafizabad and Lahore Districts Punjab, Pakistan.

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  • One key obstacle that prevents countries from making more rapid progress in ECCE is their difficulty in understanding the status of young children in a holistic manner.

    UNESCO: EDUCATION

  • As well as raising awareness of its vital importance, the Conference aims to reaffirm ECCE as a right for all children and as the basis for development.

    UNESCO: MEDIA SERVICES

  • This sixth meeting of the EFA High-Level Group, which has met annually since the Dakar Forum, paid special attention to the goal of expanding early childhood care and education (ECCE).

    UNESCO: Education

  • At the 2000 World Education Forum, the international community recognized ECCE as the foundation for lifelong learning, and made expansion and improvement of ECCE the first goal of Education for All.

    UNESCO: EDUCATION

  • In this context, the development of the Holistic Early Childhood Development Index (HECDI) was first proposed at the World Conference on ECCE organized by UNESCO in September 2010 in cooperation with the Russian Federation.

    UNESCO: EDUCATION

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  • The organizers hope to launch a dialogue promote equal access to qualitative ECCE by contributing to the preparation of the World Conference on ECCE which will take place in Moscow, on 27- 29 September 2010.

    UNESCO: MEDIA SERVICES

  • Intended as a platform for discussion, exchange, sharing of best practice and developing recommendations on cooperation between the participating countries in the field of ECCE training, the meeting will also highlight recent higher education research and practice.

    UNESCO: MEDIA SERVICES

  • Develop, implement and evaluate varied approaches to Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) in the Arab States with particular emphasis on reviewing and improving policies and practices and expanding ECCE for the most vulnerable and disadvantaged children.

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  • The conference aims to help countries plan, carry out and manage ECCE programmes, including those for disadvantaged and excluded groups, as well as to adapt ECCE curricula in the light of recent research on pedagogy and psychology, with special focus on mother-tongue teaching.

    UNESCO: MEDIA SERVICES

  • Keynote speakers include American economist Jeffrey Sachs (by video) who will present the investment and productivity argument for ECCE, Jack Shonkoff, professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School and Chair of the National Scientific Council on the Developing Child in the United States, who will speak on brain research and child development, and Danny Faure, Vice-President of the Seychelles.

    UNESCO: MEDIA SERVICES

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