The Early Childhood Development Support Program-Bangladesh (ECDSP-B) is a 6-year project designed to strengthen the capacity of ECD programming and to enhance the technical and organizational capacity of DAM and three partner NGOs working on ECD in Bangladesh. The project is being implemented with a view to improving the quality of ECD programs for the children of poor families, innovating quality improvements in those programs and changing the way the partner organizations operate. DAM has been implementing the ECDSP-B Project through partnership with a number of three local organizations which are called as Secondary Civil Society Organizations (SCSOs) in three Upazilas of Barguna District since April 2008. The ECDSP-B project ensures proper environment for Physical & Motor Development, Personal & Social Development, Cognitive Development, Communication & Linguistic Development, Emotional Development and Values & Moral Development of children aged 0 to 6 years and prepares them for primary school through Child Development Centers (CDC/SBK) and Pre-schools. The program also improves the capacity of parents on child rearing through “Parenting” sessions which help the parents to build their children’s confidence, skill and abilities from early life.
Goal and Objective:
Goal: To contribute to the improved quality and delivery of services in education appropriate to the needs of the poor, particularly women and children, and to their increased access to these services.
Purpose: To strengthen NGO/CSO capacity to improve the quality of and access to early childhood development (ECD) service provision for poor children in Bangladesh.
Outputsà Resultsà Outcome:
|: April 2008 to March 2014 (Ext. September 2014)
|: Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) and Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)
|: Abdur Rakib, Project Manager,
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