Supporting Data-Driven Systems for Early Childhood Development

ECD

MEASURE

ECD Measure supports governments, non-profit organizations and researchers with tools, resources and connections to improve the use of data in early childhood development systems.

WHO WE ARE

We are researchers and policy experts who strive to improve early learning experiences for young children worldwide by supporting data-driven decision-making in early childhood systems.

OUr work

OUR PARTNERS

ECD Measure is hosted by University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Public Health and Nebraska Early Childhood Collaborative. We partner with a variety of research, communications, implementing, and funding partners including USAID, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, WHO, World Bank, Unbounded Associates, University of Liberia, Universidad del Norte (Barranquilla, Colombia), University College London, and others.

 

How are parents and caregivers in Ethiopia supporting their young children's learning during the pandemic? Here are the key findings:
https://www.ukfiet.org/2020/implications-of-covid-19-for-pre-primary-education-in-ethiopia-perspectives-of-parents-and-caregivers/
@UKFIET @PaulineMRose @REAL_Centre #ECCE #Measurement #Surveys #covidimpact

We want to hear from parents caring for young children during the COVID-19 pandemic. Follow this link to answer the 5-minute data-free survey if you: • Care for a child under the age of 5 years old • Are above the age of 18 years • Live in South Africa
https://dsi.datafree.co/ParentingDuringCOVID-19

Drawing on data from the 2nd wave of the @NIDS_CRAM survey, this report discusses the effects of the COVID-19 lockdown on #ECD in South Africa as it relates to attendance, access, sector survival and sustainability. @JesalKika #NIDSCRAM #data
https://cramsurvey.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/15.-Wills-G.-Kotze-J.-Kika-Mistry-J.-2020-A-Sector-Hanging-in-the-Balance-ECD-and-Lockdown-in-South-Africa.pdf

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