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ChildCare International

ChildCare International
Lettele
Netherlands
Geographical Focus
National levelInternational level
Type of organisation
Foundation
Main Activity Type
Service ProvisionCapacity BuildingConsultancyPolicy developmentResearch and knowledgePublishing
Focus
Quality PedagogyHealth ProgramsChild RightsAccess to ServicesParenting SupportSocial inclusion special needs
Targeted Age Groups
Birth to threeThree to SixSix to TenTen+
Members target groups
ChildrenVulnerable marginilized childrenParents/care-takersEducatorsHealth professionalsSocial workersIn-service training providers

Mission

Childcare International Foundation / Child Care International (CCI) is a Dutch organization whose mission is to promote international exchange of knowledge and experience about child care / education services for young children, facilitation, and support. Childcare International is doing this at the national level by: - Organizing seminars in which international knowledge and experience come together. - Compile publications or translate allowing foreign knowledge and experience will be made available in the Netherlands and Dutch knowledge and experience abroad and by collecting references to publications that are relevant to the international exchange of knowledge and experience on childcare. - organize study tours for Dutch who want to get acquainted with the child abroad and foreigners who want to know childcare in the Netherlands. - A network to support people who want to contribute to the international exchange of knowledge and experience about child care. Childcare International is doing this at the international level by: - To keep a calendar of international activities aimed at child care. - Identification of international publications focusing on childcare. - Maintaining a network with international partners in child care.

News

Date: 15-04-2014

ISSA welcomes 15 new members

  • The association is proud to receive a large number of new full and affiliate members from different European countries, including Belgium, France, Greece and The Netherlands, thus expanding its presence in Western Europe.