This project aims at ensuring that every uninformed/unempowered and low-income parent is oriented towards proper nurturing and upbringing of their children within the most remote communities all over the country and beyond.
The project serves toward
Nurturing all five senses of a newborn can be an excellent way to ensure that the baby will thrive within the first five years of life. By developing an exercise to enhance the use of the senses, parents can ensure that their infants have positive a
Day-to-Day Bonding calendar helps parents to develop new bonds with their children every single day and give them best start in life!
The strength of the relationship is the main predictor of how well the child will do in school and in life. The
Our idea is a program (with social enterprise elements) that tackles the problem of holistic child development through economically and socially empowering networks of mothers, and extending the mother-child empathy to the decision-making and transac
Disease surveillance is a process, which tracks the occurrence and deaths of ten diseases, which include some of the leading causes of infant and child deaths. Reports are submitted weekly from approximately 1,000 Health Facilities throughout the co
Our idea is to set-up a community-based integrated livestock-agroforestry farm and organic one-stop shop that could ensure that parents are able to provide for their children’s nutritional needs by training a family to raise or grow only one kind of
The Child at Risk Clinic is where children with risk factors like HIV, malnourishment, and TB are tracked to ensure they receive and support they need to thrive during the fragile early years. The patients, their treatments, and diagnostics are all
As TTC, our idea is to provide parents and caretakers with information on nutrition and early childhood development for children ages 0-5 through SMS and interactive voice response (voice messages) in their local language.
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“365 ways to design my day” is a simple way to create synergy between parents and children in order to boost toddlers to thrive.
“365 ways to design my day” is a magnetic board to put on the fridge or on the wall. On the left side is a tear-off cale
Imagine learning to read and write in a language that you do not yet know how to speak? This is the situation for millions of students around the world who are not being taught to read and write in their mother-tongue language because locally relevan
In the low-income urban communities of India where we work, children often grow up in a socio-cultural context of violence. Gender-based violence, neighbourhood violence, violence against children and among children is routinely seen. In a parenting
Utilizing the deep penetration of cell phones across income levels, including those below poverty level, we seek to be the delivery platform for a thoughtful and leading edge parenting curriculum. Apps, texts and MOOCs (5-7 minute online courses) w
New parents in resource constrained environments return home after childbirth in a hospital or clinic with very little or no health information about best practices of infant care. Pop-up classrooms inside of the hospital, where family members receiv
Beni territory in eastern Congo is still experiencing cyclical killings, population displacement, their return after a semblance of calm, new murders and new displacement to safer places. Most affected are in fact the children, especially those und
Our idea is a combination of on-site services with the support of an online community platform that tackles the problem of providing and supporting parents' understanding of early childhood development. By expanding on an existing model of on-site mu
A social enterprise that tackles the problem of ECD between the ages of 1-5 by providing economic opportunity for mothers to take advantage of the multiplier effect, as well as providing relevant training programs for mothers.
Child Development Radio, or CDR, is a radio station network with programs that provide important information and mentorship to parents and caregivers about critical topics on early child development through local leaders, experts and elders.
Our idea is a service that aims at starting, equipping and providing early intervention centers for children with special needs in low income communities. This will be a free service for the 1st five years of the child's life. .The staff will compris