The recently finalized evaluation report about the work with the ICDP programme in the USA is now available in Spanish as well as English.Read More
Early Childhood Matters is a journal about early childhood. It looks at specific issues regarding the development of young children, in particular from a psychosocial perspective. It is published twice per year by the Bernard van Leer Foundation.
Marina Morales, the education officer at UNICEF El Salvador has been promoting the ICDP methodology in El Salvador for the last seven years and she is supported by Marta Navarro, UNICEF consultant in the area of education.
Greetings from Russia, on the 24th of August we started an ICDP project to train a group of specialists from the social-rehabilitation centres in the Nizhny Novgorod region!
An ICDP training project is starting in England, linked to the SarahNicco Training Centre in north London. The ICDP London group, comprised of three facilitators (on photo) will deliver ICDP to groups of parents from the local community.
This newsletter can update you with news received in the period between April and July.Read More
ICDP USA are very pleased to share the Evaluation Report on ICDP USA activities in the past 12 months, mainly funded by the Pritzker Early Childhood Foundation and CCWF.Read More
ICDP Mozambique is a fully registered Association and its operation in 2014 took place under the name of “Associação ICDP Moz”.
The photo above shows the team of professionals from Roda Viva. Roda Viva was created in 1981, by a group of people who decided to join forces and work together to help the social and educational integration of families who came to Lisbon from the former Portuguese colonies.
UNICEF launched the 11th edition of its flagship Progress for Children report. The report uses the latest available data to show not only where global and regional gains have been exceptional and gaps have narrowed, but also where disparities have remained unchanged or widened since 1990.
ICDP and the ICEL (Christian Evangelist Lutheran Church) have signed an agreement for cooperation to develop the “Education Project, Family and Community” in Cochabamba, Bolivia.
The work of ICDP attracted the attention of two TV stations in Ukraine. ICDP trainers, Anna Truhan and Sergey Krasin were interviewed about the ICDP training currently developing in the conflict zones of the country.Read More
From March to June 2015, Niwagaba Gilbert facilitated a course in the ICDP programme that was attended by parents and teachers of disabled children from the Musanze district. The pilot was approved and launched by the local authorities, who signed an agreement with ICDP.
A group of thirty teachers decided to take up ICDP and to become a voluntary group with the task of giving ICDP courses to parents on an ongoing basis.Read More
Fundatia Umanitara Pacea (FUP), a non-political, non-governmental organization founded in 2000 by the Franciscan order in Romania, is a new partner of ICDP. A group of professionals linked to FUP are receiving ICDP training in order to become ICDP facilitators.
On May the 13th, the contents of the ICDP programme were presented to a group of early childhood specialists in the town of Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. The event was followed up by the ICDP training workshop, which was held during the last week of May.
ICDP is starting a training programme at the Garcilaso de la Vega University in Lima, Peru. On the 14th of May, ICDP and the University signed an agreement for cooperation.
The education manager Merja Leinonen, from the Kainuu Social and Health Services, is sharing this photo from an ICDP event that took place recently in the north of Finland.
On May the 12th, SOS Children’s Villages Romania celebrated the end of the training programme which culminated in the graduation of its first group of ICDP trainers.
The Norwegian Government is allocating funds for the development of the ICDP programme.Read More