ECCE Partnerships in China
29 avril 2016

-Aide et Action, China-

After CHI011 ECCE Program Model Promotion Conference in last month, many local NGOs were very interested in the project and sent their requirements for ECCE technical support. AEA China held an introduction and promotion conference of our ECCE program. At the conference, we introduced our ECCE program experience and project model to local NGOs.  We also organised local NGOs to visit our project site and invited them join us to extend our ECCE project.


We have developed our ECCE program model into easy to use project operation manuals, parent-child curriculum packages, home-based learning game cards and Training of Teachers (TOT) courses.  We are planning to extend our project through technical support accompanied with these manuals and courses. Our partners will have access to TOT courses, interning in our project site and supervising. All these services will help them carry out ECCE project in the communities that they are operational in, thus maximizing the impact.


After rounds of discussions and field surveys, we decided to cooperate with two local NGOs to start our ECCE technology work. As part of the partnership, each local NGO will provide two professional staff and an 80-square-meter space to offer high-quality early education instructional services for 100 children, ageing from 0 to 3 years old.

In the month of April, four staff from the two local NGOs started ToT training and on-job training in AEA China’s two ECCE project sites. Meanwhile, AEA China will provide a six-month technical support to the local NGOs, helping them to carry out the education service successfully.

4 staff from the two partners started their learning and intern in AEA China_s 2 ECCE project sites

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