The Roger Federer Foundation (RFF), in partnership with ActionAid Malawi, is working towards improving early childhood education in Malawi. The project aims to achieve this by facilitating effective engagement with government structures at both national and district levels, providing coaching and mentorship to caregivers on the application of key components of the Early Learning Kiosk (ELK), strengthening teacher participation, enhancing parental involvement in children's learning, and implementing a standardized caregiver incentive fund across all targeted Community-Based Childcare Centers (CBCCs).
The project targets 800 CBCCs in 11 districts with the goal to train 800 pre-primary caregivers to provide quality learning for pre-primary class children.
Malawi remains one of the poorest countries in this world, where over 60% children have no access to early education, with 80% of those who do have access receive it under trees and in dilapidated structures. Improving the quality of early childhood development and ensuring that children have access to community-based childhood centres has proven to be a key factor in increasing both enrollment and retention of pupils in primary schools.
801 tablets and solar panel kits distributed. Each CBCC received 1 tablet and 1 solar panel kit and 2 KnowHow manuals
3,012 members from 801 CBCC Management Committees trained on their roles and responsibilities in the management of ECD Centers and the school readiness programme
Orientation of Authorities and Area Development Committees conducted in 11 districts. In total, 1,336 members from 46 Authorities oriented
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