Published on 27 Sep 2021
On 22nd September 2021, ADEA through its Inter-Country Quality Node on Early Childhood Development (ICQN-ECD) and in collaboration with Together for Early Childhood Evidence, hosted a 2-hour webinar on Early Childhood Education (ECE) Quality Assurance Systems (QAS) for Africa.
Published on 08 Jul 2019
The ADEA's ICQN-ECD organized the first Leadership Capacity Building Workshop on Early Childhood Education and Development (ECED) to contribute to the implementation of the Continental Education Strategy for Africa 2016-2025 (CESA 16-25) and strengthen ECED policy development.
Published on 19 Jun 2019
The Inter-Country Quality Node on Early Childhood Development (ICQN-ECD) of the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) will launch a first Leadership Capacity Building Workshop on Early Childhood Development from 24th to 26th June 2019 in Flic-en-Flac, Mauritius.
Published on 06 May 2019
From 21 and 22 March 2019 in Bagatelle, Mauritius, the Ministry of Education and Human Resources, Tertiary Education and Scientific Research of Mauritius in collaboration with the African Union Commission (AUC) and the African Early Childhood Network (AfECN) organized the first technical meeting of the CESA-ECED Cluster.
Published on 10 Oct 2018
The Inter Country quality Node for Early Childhood Development (ICQN-ECD) attended the Launching of the ECED Cluster of the Continental Education Strategy for Africa 2016-2025 (CESA 16-25) that took place that took place from 3 to 4 September 2018 at the African Union Commission.
Published on 30 Aug 2017
Experts in Early Childhood Development (ECD) validated the ECD practitioner and teacher training resource guide and its implementation tools during an Expert Consultative Meeting organized by the ADEA ICQN-ECD and the African Early Childhood Network (AfECN) in Flic-en-Flac, Mauritius.
Published on 09 Feb 2015
A regional platform to improve the provision of quality Early Childhood Development (ECD) programs in Africa was launched February 9, 2015 during the Ministerial Conference for sub-Saharan Africa on Education Post-2015.
Published on 02 Jan 2015
The Young Child needs 3 levels of support: the first focus for action is his/her family and community environment, the second is the availability of qualitative basic services to respond to his/her needs and rights and the third one is a political supportive environment.