Ministry of Education, Guyana

Early Childhood Education

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Guyana
Guyana Early Childhood Education Project
Grant No. TF019053.
Assignment Title: Development of Mass Media Programs for Improved Parental /Primary Caregiver Education of Young Children
Reference No.: GECEP/CQS/01/2015

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The Government of Guyana and the Global Partnership for Education, in collaboration with the World Bank, have agreed to support the Guyana Early Childhood Education Project (GECEP). This project will focus on improving emergent literacy and numeracy outcomes at the nursery level and primary Grade 1 in Hinterland regions and targeted remote riverine areas. The total cost of the project is US$1.7 million. A portion of this amount is earmarked for:

Development of Mass Media Campaigns for Improved Parental/Primary Caregiver Education of Young Children

In aid of further developing this country’s human resource capacity government through a grant received from the World Bank on Wednesday launched Guyana’s Early Childhood Development Project to the tune of US$1.7M, in Bartica. The project, which was birthed out of intense discussions by early childhood educators and relevant officials, aims to improve emergent literacy and numeracy outcomes for children at the nursery level and primary Grade one in hinterland regions and targeted remote riverine areas.

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Background

The Government of Guyana and the Global Partnership for Education, in collaboration with the World Bank, have agreed to support an Early Childhood Education Project (ECEP). This project will focus on improving emergent literacy and numeracy outcomes at the nursery level and primary Grade 1 in hinterland regions and targeted remote riverine areas. It will be implemented from 2015-2017, and will include four components: (i) capacity building for nursery and Grade 1 teachers; (ii) provision of ECE Resource Kits; (iii) Parental/Caregiver Education; and (iv) Implementation Support, M&E. The total cost of the project is US$1.7 million.

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