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Sri Lanka - Early Childhood Development Project (Inglês)

The objective of the Early Childhood Development Project (ECD) for Sri Lanka is to enhance equitable access to and improve the quality of ECD services. There are two components to the project, the first component being expanding and strengthening the delivery of ECD services. This component aims to improve the provision of ECD services in Sri Lanka by: (i) improving the quality of ECD provision across the country, (ii) expanding equitable access to ECD services across the country, and (iii) improving the quality of ECD services in the plantation sector. This component include three sub-components: Improving the quality of ECD provision; expanding equitable access to ECD services; and improving the quality of ECD services in the Plantation sector. Finally, the second component is the project management, and monitoring and evaluation (M&E). This component finances different inputs, including technical assistance in specific areas, to support the project management team in achieving the project objectives. It also supports the project’s monitoring and evaluation activities.


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    Sri Lanka - Early Childhood Development Project

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