We are happy to announce that ISSA's Annual Report 2016 is online. We hope you enjoy reading about our progress, our strategy, the new member organizations that joined the network and our financial status. Have a look at our successes, our initiatives and the work we did with our partners.
We remain committed to further harness the power of our network for the benefit of young children.
Between June 5th and 8th 2017, ISSA's senior programme manager Zorica Trikic was in Georgia. She attended the Inclusive Education and Early Childhood Intervention Initiative Annual Networking Workshop that was held in Tbilisi, Georgia. Present were the inclusive education and early childhood intervention Open Society Foundation Early Childhood Programme’s grantees from seven countries.
ISSA member, the Centre for Education Initiatives in Latvia, offers courses on how to become a great parent.
The seminar was organized in partnership with the Association for Public Health Serbia, the Institute for Public Health Belgrade and UNICEF Serbia under the project “Support to Early Childhood Development trough strengthening capacities of home visiting system and home visiting nurses in Belgrade”.
The Ukrainian Step by Step Foundation (USSF) and UNICEF present the results of their project “Kindergarten – environment friendly to a child”. Over 2500 pedagogues working with children in war zones were trained.
Our member from Pakistan, in collaboration with the Prime Minister’s Education Reform Program (PMERP), has launched pre-primary sections in 50 public schools in rural areas of Islamabad.