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Lessons and Impacts of a Phone-Based Parenting Program for Syrian and Jordanian Families with Young Children
This study, led by Global TIES for Children at New York University, is the first to evaluate a phone-delivered version of a parenting program in the Middle East and the first randomized-controlled evaluation of an audio-only parenting program for a community sample (that is, a sample without diagnosed health problems or disabilities).
Lessons and Impacts of a Remote Early Childhood Education Program in Hard-to-Access Settings in Lebanon: A Randomized Controlled Trial
This study is the first evaluation of a remote early childhood education (ECE) program for families affected by conflict and crisis and the second of the effect of short-term (shorter than 3 months) ECE programming. It evaluates the impact of an 11-week remote early learning program (RELP) delivered alone and in combination with Ahlan Simsim Families (ASF), a parenting support program.
Lessons and Impacts of Ahlan Simsim TV Program in Pre-Primary Classrooms in Jordan on Children’s Emotional Development: A Randomized Controlled Trial
This study evaluates the effects of Ahlan Simsim, a television show co-produced by Sesame Workshop and Jordan Pioneers that has been viewed by more than 23 million children across the MENA region, including 57% of displaced Syrians across Jordan, Lebanon, and Iraq.
Strengthening Early Childhood Education and Socio-emotional Learning Systems through a Data-Driven Scaling-Up Approach in Iraq and Jordan
A case study of IRC’s Ahlan Simsim approach to supporting national governments departments through school readiness programs to strengthen their education systems to prepare children affected by crisis and conflict in the Middle East to successfully enter elementary school
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.
Adapting Reach Up and Learn in Crisis and Conflict Settings: An Exploratory Multiple Case Study
This article uses exploratory multiple case study methodology, drawing from implementation and qualitative data from 3 interventions: a mobile phone-based intervention promoting nurturing care among Rohingya and crisis-affected host communities in Bangladesh; Reach Up amid acute violence and displacement in Northeast Syria; and Reach Up group sessions and home visits integrated with health services for an indigenous population in Venezuela.
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.
Education starts early: Highlights from the World Conference on Early Childhood Care and Education
Governments, UN agencies, civil society organizations, and other stakeholders gathered to reaffirm the right of every young child to quality early childhood care and education (ECCE) from birth to 8 years of age, and to renew and strengthen their commitment and action to develop rights-based and inclusive ECCE policies and programmes.
Opportunities and Challenges for Disability-Inclusive Early Childhood Development in Emergencies
This brief advocates for and highlights the benefits of disability-inclusive Early Childhood Development in Emergencies (ECDiE). It includes examples of good practice in disability-inclusive ECDiE programming from around the world; in addition, it provides recommendations for governments, donors, and programmers for a more inclusive ECDiE.
Opportunités et défis pour l’inclusion du handicap dans le développement de la petite enfance en situations d'urgence
Ce document défend et souligne les avantages du développement de la petite enfance dans les situations d'urgence (DPESU) incluant le handicap. Il comprend des exemples de bonnes pratiques en matière de programmation du DPESU incluant le handicap dans le monde entier, en outre, il fournit des recommandations aux gouvernements, aux donateurs et aux programmateurs pour un DPESU plus inclusif.