70 Pre-schools

The main objective of the 70 pre-schools project is to strengthen the ability of families and rural communities to promote the integral development of pre-schoolers by raising awareness among parents and community members about the importance of initial investment in healthy growth and development of children.

 

By 2018, the Project was in its second and final phase, aiming at a solid transfer of the 70 pre-schools to their communities. The 70 schools were built and are operational. The organizational structure is based on Community Coordinating Committees, which are organized and trained to take care of the schools, and the training of facilitators in holistic child development. A wide range of activities have been implemented to build sustainability in relation to activities with children, production of teaching and learning materials, maintenance and protection of pre-schools and equipment, local fundraising and much more.

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70

Pre-schools

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4,665

Children enrolled

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6

Children with special needs enrolled

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