Date: 19-10-2023

ISSA welcomes a new Member: Meet the Charity Fund Early Intervention Institute Ukraine 

CF EII aims to ensure that every family in Ukraine has access to quality ECI services.

Ensure universal access to maternal healthcare in the European Union



This paper focuses on maternal andperinatal healthcare – the period from pregnancy to the first year after birth.

Putting early childhood at the heart of the European Child Guarantee



The Child Guarantee is an opportunity to increase public investment in early childhood development services and support, with both domestic resources and EU funding.

First Years, First Priority Campaign Country Profiles



First Years First Priority Campaign Country Profiles share data collected by national campaign coordinators in Bulgaria, Finland, France, Hungary, Ireland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, and Spain.

Diversity+ Charter: First steps towards diversity positive services



With the aim to support ECEC settings, leaders and professionals to identify and overcome these challenges, the Diversity+ project has launched the Diversity+ Charter: a s

PARENT European Manual. Promotion, Awareness Raising and Engagement of men in Nurture Transformations



PARENT manual provides insights and guidelines to engage men in nurturing care and transformations. It tackles the issue by reaching out and involving frontline workers from sectors such as health and social service as well as new fathers or fathers to be. 

Date: 08-11-2021

For Our Children has Published “Bulgaria Grows with its Children” Study

Recent European studies show that quality of education and care in the early childhood depends on the presence of a professional and competent workforce.

Health and hygiene interventions targeting Roma families with children aged 0-1 years



In Macedonia, Governmental prevention programs for reproductive and child health are offered. In those programs, it is also included the program for active protection of the mother and children.

Systemic approach



During the COVID-19 pandemic, food deprivation of households with young children has emerged as a priority among priorities.

Associazione 21 luglio applied the following method:

1) selecting five formal monoethnic settlements of special emergency housing;
2) carrying out a survey by telephone that highlighted the malnutrition of many children, particularly infants and young children;

Distribution of emergency educational kits for children in remote locations, enrolled in our alternative access to quality early education services, which were interrupted due to the pandemic



The Trust for Social Achievement Foundation – Bulgaria has been engaged since the onset of the pandemic in Bulgaria in searching for appropriate mechanisms to support the learning process for disadvantaged children, particularly those who face challenges to participate in the online distance learning, as well as those in remote or underserved locations for whom early learning and care programs were interrupted.

We have partnered with several business and with our network of partners from the local communities to provide equipment (laptops, PCs) for children in need.