Scaling up the early childhood workforce to support children birth to age 3: Lessons from Peru and Mozambique
The webinar was held on June 14, 2017.
Today, there is a growing interest on the part of governments and other institutions to make large investments in the early years. However, many well-intentioned initiatives designed to support the health and development of young children struggle to move beyond the pilot or project stage. A critical factor in delivering quality services for young children is the quality of the workforce involved in delivering a service.
This webinar focuses on the challenges in scaling up the early childhood workforce using two examples of programs targeting children aged birth to three and their caregivers.
The panelist were:
• Jordi Fernandez, MNCHN Country Manager, PATH Mozambique
• Nami Kawakyu, Kawakyu Consulting, Seattle, USA
• Gabriela Guerrero, Grupo de Analisis para de Desarrollo, Peru
• Kimberly Josephson, Senior Program Associate, Results for Development