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Nearly 400 million VND to develo

Nearly 400 million VND to develop early childhood education

BTO - The period 2015 – 2016, World Vision has supported development of early childhood education in 6 communes belonging to Ham Thuan Bac district, including La Da, Dong Giang, Dong Tien, Thuan Hoa, Ham Tri and Ma Lam; with total cost of VND 400 million. Four key activities have been focused on raising awareness of caregivers and community, applying  model of community-based child care, improving early childhood education programs, raising quality of  early childhood teachers

The aims of the project are to improve facilities, increase in the rate of children to kindergarten, professional training for teachers, enhance parents’ knowledge and skills for caring children. Especially, children explore, study and receive care from the new environment of  early childhood education.

Trang Minh (Source: Binh Thuan Newspaper)

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