Bulgaria grows with its children

Project facts

Project promoter:
For Our Children Foundation(BG)
Project Number:
BG-ACTIVECITIZENS-0013
Status:
In implementation
Initial project cost:
€56,890

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Description

The project Bulgaria Grows with its Children is aimed at improving the quality of services and measures to promote early childhood development. The project  is aimed at improving the quality of services and measures to promote early childhood development in the country. The project will explore one of the main fields in urgent need of improvement of public policies, i.e. the role of professionals working with children in early childhood and their families. A survey will be carried out to find out to what extent the specialists in the education and social system have the necessary knowledge, skills and competence to support early childhood development in a secure family environment. The survey will help outline recommendations about changes in public policies that will be made to decision-makers on political and institutional level by means of advocacy actions. The project will contribute to raising public awareness about the importance of early childhood development and the importance of competence and knowledge of the professionals working with children in early childhood and their families. The main target groups will be specialists, children aged 0-7 and their families.  The project will explore one of the main fields in urgent need of improvement of public policies, i.e. the role of professionals working with children in early childhood and their families. A survey will be carried out to find out to what extent the specialists in the education and social system have the necessary knowledge, skills and competence to support early childhood development in a secure family environment. The survey will help outline recommendations about changes in public policies that will be made to decision-makers on political and institutional level by means of advocacy actions. 

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