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Evidence from Implementing Multi-Sectoral EiE Programming: Lessons from the PlayMatters Emergency Response Mechanism
The mixed-methods study presented in the webinar, analyzed the PlayMatters Emergency Response Mechanism, an emergency response that integrated Education, Child Protection, WASH, and Health and Nutrition programming to meet the health, safety, and educational needs of conflict-affected children.
Promising Learning through Play Practices in Emergency Response
This webinar presented findings from the PlayMatters project from its one-year multisectoral Emergency Response Mechanism in conflict-affected Ethiopia.
Promising Learning through Play Practices in Emergency Response: Findings from the PlayMatters Emergency Response Mechanism in Ethiopia
This webinar will present findings from the PlayMatters project from its one-year multisectoral Emergency Response Mechanism in conflict-affected Ethiopia. It will also include a moderated dialogue between INEE Teachers in Crisis Contexts (TiCC) Working Group members, the LEGO Foundation, and the PlayMatters team on Learning through Play methods in EiE. UTC
Play to Learn Annual Report 2022
Play to Learn launches a new report featuring stories from families, new research findings, and insights about playful early childhood development in humanitarian settings
Integrating Videos for Young Children into Multi-sectoral Interventions: What We’re Learning from Pilots in Bangladesh, Colombia, and Kenya
Sesame Workshop is partnering with educators and social service providers to pilot the use of the Watch, Play, Learn videos in different locations around the world. The goal is to learn how to facilitate use of the videos to bring joy and learning to children while providing a convenient and efficient experience for service providers and caregivers.
Evidence for Investment: New research on effective early childhood development programming in humanitarian settings
Three new randomized controlled trials led by New York University Global TIES for Children (NYU-TIES) provide new insights on what works to improve children’s holistic development. The findings indicate that remote programs can support children’s development and caregivers’ well-being and demonstrate the power of integrating educational media with ECD services.
Development of an ECDiE Coordinator Toolbox
This report summarizes key insights from the ECDiE Coordinator Learning Cohort about the potential development of an ECDiE Coordinator Toolbox, including recommendations.
Let’s play! Practical ways to increase agency through play in programming
Play provides children and youth with vital opportunities to grow. Play is universal and it is a unifier - it cuts across sectors and thematic areas. Agency through play is critical for all children and youth, and in particular those affected by crises where there can be uncertainty and a loss of control.
Play and Learning in Children's Eyes (PALICE) Final Overview REport
This report presents an overview of the tool development and piloting process, as well as the results of the pilot analysis and final modifications to the tools.
Understanding Settings for Early Childhood Socialization: Evidence from the Rohingya Camps
In this brief, we aim to 1) understand the socialization context Rohingya children living in the Cox’s Bazar Camps experience; and 2) explore the utility of rapid ethnography to understand evolving sociocultural contexts like refugee camps.