WHY EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION?
Providing high quality early childhood education gives children the foundational tools to become lifelong learners, problem solvers and community builders.
Designed to study programs, gather information, apply and integrate into practice using two schools as our model institutions.
SUPPORT OUR PROJECTS
We believe children learn best when their culture, community, traditions and environment are used as the vessel to transmit knowledge.
Phase 1, Project Alpha: Shimbit Elementary
Early Education Ethiopia is grounded in applied research to inform practice, policy and advocacy. As such, the objective for Project Alpha is designed to engage in deep program study, gather data, apply and integrate into practice.
Phase 2, Project Beta: Community Pre School Debre Tabor
Early Childhood Education Ethiopia is building the first community preschool in Debre Tabor, Ethiopia. Located in South Gondar, Debre Tabor, has an approximate population of 88,000 people of which represent children under 8 years old.
- Conferences and Seminars
- Teacher and Parent Training
- Program and Policy Advisory
Promoting Empathy and Kindness in Young Children
Children enter this world seeking love, comfort, understanding, and empathy. They hope and expect that when they cry, their parents or caregivers will feel their distress and respond to their needs. Babies are profoundly attuned to this reciprocal relationship, they...
Why Support ECEE Projects?
- More than 55% of preschool children in Ethiopia do not have access to an early childhood education program
- Our work is focused in rural Ethiopia where the need is the highest
- 41.3% of preschool children fall in the severe category under the Global Hidden Hunger Index
- Existing early learning centers are environmentally compromised, outdated, and without basic amenities
- ECEE builds high-quality early learning programs for all children with a whole-child approach
- Our approach is comprehensive, embraces indigenous education systems, using play as a curriculum driver while embedding the tenets of Social Emotional Learning