Non-formal education for refugee children in Moldova
The Step by Step Educational Program in Moldova is working to extend access for Ukrainian refugee children and families to non-formal education programs, as well as training teachers to respond to the crisis.
ISSA and War Child join forces in new partnership initiative
War Child has partnered with ISSA to provide funding that will be used by ISSA and our Member organizations to deliver crucial psychological first aid and psychosocial support to young children and families in the countries dealing most immediately with refugees and internally displaced persons.
Training of Trainers: Foundational training on psychological first aid and trauma-informed practices
As part of ISSA's Ukraine Response, the Secretariat held two Training of Trainers (ToT) online events for trainers and resource persons from ISSA Member organizations in Ukraine, Poland, Romania Moldova, Bulgaria, and Slovakia.
Reflective teachers for quality education is a book reflecting the Step by Step Moldova NGO experience in promoting transformative democratic, child/earner-centered education. The book has three chapters.
Early Learning & Development Standards for Children (0-7)
Early Learning and Development Standards for Children from Birth to 7 (ELDS) and Early Childhood Development Teacher Standards are coupled to reinforce a holistic approach to child learning and development through child-centered practices.
Early Childhood Development and Education in Emergencies: Country Profiles from the CEE/CIS Region
The publication, Early Childhood Development and Education in emergencies: country profiles from the CEE/CIS region presents the existing emergency preparedness resources and plans for protecting children’s rights and meeting their needs in five countries in the CEE/CIS region (Bosnia-Herzegovina
New training for 300 preschool teachers and experts in Moldova
The Step by Step organisation in Moldova organized a nine-day training delivered in three rounds (Module I in February, Module II in April, and Module III in August) with the aim to contribute to the reform of preschool education in the country, based on a child-centered paradigm.