First Steps (Intera za Mbere) promotes healthy early childhood development by providing holistic parenting education through radio-facilitated peer learning groups and increasing access to emergent literacy materials for young children.
This intervention provides materials and trains frontline government service providers (health and welfare assistants/visitors) to incorporate early stimulation messages and practices into existing health and nutrition work with parents of children under 3.
This intervention is developing, piloting and evaluating a reformed curriculum for home visiting services and group meetings run by FAMI, the national parenting program in Colombia targeting disadvantaged families and children under 2 in rural areas.
Inclusive Futures in Rwanda develops national standards for the education of children with disabilities and other special educational needs (SEN) to provide a framework for quality inclusive education.
This project implemented the Aflatoun program offering financial and social education to Rwandan children through a learner-centered teacher training program drawing on active learning methods, and aims to build the capacities of young people to become responsible citizens and entrepreneurs.