Early Childhood Development

An age-specific intervention focusing on the psychological and physiological growth of children from 0-6 years.

Making play a learning experience

The Early Childhood Development intervention is a service-strengthening intervention.

We work alongside the Department of Women and Child Development to add onto a Government initiative known as Anganwadi centres. Anganwadi centres are where children between the ages of 0 to 6 years spend their time while their parents work.

Intensive capacity-based training is provided to Anganwadi workers with focus on building perspective in early childhood education. They are given hands on experience to conduct age appropriate activities for all-round development of children, maintaining hygiene and practical methods of teaching. We also hold demonstration camps on nutrition and conduct home visits regularly for parents.

Our ECD intervention comprises of two programmes – Early Childhood Education and Nutrition.

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Our progress.

Since the ECD intervention began, we have scaled to

13,332 Anganwadi

centres across Hyderabad Karnataka Region Board.

Stories from the villages.

The impact and transformation that we have created breathe through the community of Yadgir. We continue to learn from them and use their experiences to create a more personalised approach.

Unit of Transformation
Pre-School Education

Rajeshwari, worker at Anganwadi in Vadnalli village is noted as an active facilitator of pre-school education (PSE).

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Stepping Ahead
Pre-School Education

This is a case of escalation from positive to comparative form of degree, of Nagarekha, Anganwadi worker at Nagalapur.

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