August 6, 2023 – The Kenyan newspaper, The Standard, published an opinion piece written by ECDAN staff, Lucy Minayo and Brett Weisel, about why they attended the Women Deliver conference to highlight the issue of childcare as a key …Continue reading "Opinion: Sustainable Growth is Linked to Needs of Women and Children"
July 21, 2023 – UNICEF’s latest report, sourced from 128 diverse datasets and incorporating internationally comparable data from four countries – Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, and Zimbabwe – exposes a stark reality for children with disabilities. Despite the commitments of the …Continue reading "Children with Disabilities in Eastern and Southern Africa: A statistical overview of their well-being"
July 24, 2023 – The Early Childhood Development Action Network (ECDAN) is pleased to make its 2022 annual report available for partners to download on its website. 2022 marked the third year of ECDAN’s exiting strategic plan (2020-2023). ECDAN’s reputation …Continue reading "ECDAN’s Annual Report 2022 now available for download"
High-quality and affordable childcare services are crucial to raising family incomes, improving the standard of living, and providing a safe place for children to learn, play, and grow. However, these services are often out of reach for many families due
July 13, 2023 – The Early Childhood Development Action Network (ECDAN), in partnership with the gender equality and international labor movements, will co-organize three events at the Women Deliver 2023 Conference aimed at advancing childcare, women empowerment and the care …Continue reading "Partners to discuss childcare as a driver of gender equality, early childhood development, and economic growth at Women Deliver 2023"