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Expert Consultancy 

Our highly skilled team offers tailored consultancy services to members, partners, and other clients, delivering customized technical assistance to meet specific needs. We specialize in enhancing service quality, developing frameworks that promote inclusive policies and services, and creating customized training programs. Additionally, we support local governments with tools, capacity building, and targeted projects focused on early childhood development. By addressing unique challenges and opportunities, our place-based interventions are designed to be both effective and sustainable, empowering local actors and ensuring long-lasting benefits for the communities we serve. Below are several examples of the different types of interventions we have managed in the past year. 

SYSTEM-LEVEL CAPACITY BUILDING

TRAINING OF PROFESSIONALS

ECD Workforce
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, ABU DHABI EARLY
CHILDHOOD AUTHORITY
Development of the Professional Development Tool
(PDT), and the Guidelines for the usage of the Tool
operationalizing the ECD competencies to foster
self-improvement among ECD professionals and
encourage professional growth.


Home-visitation systems
TURKMENISTAN, UNICEF
In cooperation with the consulting group, Curatio Sarl,
we conducted an assessment of existing home-visiting
services in Turkmenistan, created home-visiting cards
to guide home visits, formulated a home-visiting train-
ing package, trained professionals, and contributed to
the development of a monitoring and evaluation frame-
work.

Step by Step methodology
BOSNIA AND HERCEGOVINA, ISSA MEMBER CENTRE
FOR EDUCATIONAL INITIATIVES, STEP BY STEP
The Regional Training on Child-Centred, Democratic
Classrooms was delivered to ISSA Members from
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Serbia and Croatia.
The training session was hosted by the Center for
Educational Initiatives, Step by Step, in October 2023.

 

Crisis response
SLOVAKIA, ISSA MEMBER SKOLA DOKORAN
A master training program, Engaging parents and
fostering outdoor play, was provided for staff members
from six non-formal Play Hubs that opened in 2022.
Financial support came from the UNICEF country
office in Slovakia. The program was aimed at supporting
young refugee children and families who had fled the
war in Ukraine.