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Curriculum Framework

To provide quality education, the Holistic ECCE Curriculum Frameworks guides stakeholders involved in the field of Early Childhood Care and Education to develop and implement a formal curriculum. Through quality criteria, this document aims to harmonize modern visions of childhood in daily practice, supporting the role of educating adults in the learning processes of children, offering contexts rich in experience, in supporting the development of autonomy and cooperation through a holistic, human being-centred approach.
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Guidelines for the System Prototype

The Prototype of Early Childhood Care and Education System aims at providing a concrete support to policy makers in designing a functioning ECCE system thus enabling efficiency enhancement, sustainability, and resilience of the provision of services for the holistic development of the child. The IBE’s prototype is a compendium illustrating what countries should have and should do in order to create a model ECCE system.
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ECCE system diagnosis tool

The main goal of the ECCE System Diagnosis Tool is to provide practical assistance to Member States or regional blocks in repositioning ECCE into an interconnected, high priority, multisector system and create an appropriate environment for ECCE curriculum development. Through practical tools for analysing ECCE and identifying critical constraints, this document can be used as a workbook to assist in system analysis design.
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Compact HECDI (Monitoring and Evaluation)

In order to assess SDG 4.2, factors influencing children’s learning environment, such as health, nutrition, child and social welfare, need to be considered. In this regard, The user manual and technical guide for the compact Holistic Early Childhood Development Index HECDI is an important tool that could be used by member states to measure the quality of ECCE.
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Quality Criteria for 0-3 and 3-6 in Cameroun

The Accreditation Guideline for Early Children Care and Education (ECCE) establishment (0 to 5 years) has been created in collaboration with the Government of Cameroon. This document summarizes the quality criteria for ECCE establishments in order to standardise childcare facilities in Cameroon, including day care centres and crèches, home crèches, public centre crèches and private crèches. As its main priority, this guideline aims at providing the conditions for creating, managing and respecting the well-being and development of the early childhood care and education.
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Quality Criteria for 3-6 in eSwatini

The Minimum Standards and Guidelines for the Establishment and Monitoring of Early Childhood Care, Development and Education (ECCDE) Facilities offers a basis for creating the minimum conditions required for providing schooling in a healthy environment for learners, teachers and other staff in Eswatini. These standards are key to promote the holistic development and well-being of children and their families and aim at empowering parents to take a more active role in ensuring that the services they are making use of are of good quality and fit for their children.
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Handbook for preschool teachers in Lao PDR

The Handbook for Preschool Teachers in Lao PDR was co-created by the Pre-Primary Education Enhancement Team as a reference for early childhood educators in the implementation and facilitation of teaching and learning with young children. This manual emphasizes the importance of parents and communities’ participation in the education, care, health, nutrition, and protection of young children.
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