Parent University empowers families to be their child's best teacher by providing age-appropriate, research-based content for families to do with their children. Five days per week, 52 weeks per year, and in multiple languages we provide easily acces
For sure, our kids are not all the time near our sight. For working parents there must be a granny, auntie or big sister, to take care of them for some hours of the day. Also the other important people that could have the opportunity to know them ve
As families struggle just to put food on the table, and the education system focuses mainly on academics, empathy is the missing ingredient lost in the shuffle that isn't being taught and sorely needs to be taught to all children.
There are many organisations out in the world who are already providng support to low income communities, whether it is financial or physical support. We should therefore exploit these ties and these organisations that are already well established so
By creating a crowd-funding program, for people with social purpose that would like to help marginalized communities. The fund collected from the program, will be used to employ a group of people that could help in educating less favourable people to
Touching upon a little of each mission, the h+ (Improving Health) I.C.E. (Information Consultancy Entertainment) Truck will be a mobile solution to deliver critical information on parenting (positive propaganda on the outside of the truck), with a sa
Seeking information from communities, churches and institutions can be challenging. And it's hard to know who to trust or who to ask. Using text messaging to build from existing networks of people you already know and feel comfortable asking.
Turn a room in the daycare center into vocacional training places. The babies will be in the daycare while their parents are learning a new profession and also how to better take care of their children.
For a child, their parents are the role model of their life. They represent safety, comfort and hope even when times are difficult. But when life gets in the way, and parents cannot deal with their own internal/external issues, how can we expect them
The concept is that There is going to be a young parents + kids meet and greet sessions for which you can enlist, in which multiple parents and their children can meet each other under the supervision of suitable professionals. It is based on the ide
Several distinct advantages from this policy change:
1. Older kids helping to raise 0-5's; 2. Increased high school graduation; 3. Teacher mentorship. (See below for detailed explanations.)
This model would be a benefit for 0-5 year old children an
Mission schools in Myanmar, including preschools and kindergartens, have seen great success in the the early 1800s. However, since the nationalization of such institutions after the order restoration of general Ne Win in the 1960s, the culture of edu
Community Radio programs. Interactive, Q&A, Tell your story, Quiz like radio program. Programs are pre recorded, local experts discuss various topics about child development, from maternity to childhood.
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Anganwadi network comprises main women health worker who are trained to educate women in rural India about child care issues like immunization, healthy food, clean water, clean toilets and a learning environment for infants, toddlers and pre-schooler
This idea builds on the importance of creating order and structure and an environment that fosters learning early in life. In many low income communities in Africa, parents tend to see education (embodied by schools and teachers) as the gateway to