WHO WE ARE
A system is composed of related and dependent element which when in interaction, forms a unitary whole.
Global Childhood Academy Is The First-Ever Platform That Has A Systems Approach To Capacity-Building.
We Partner With Those Who Offer Programs For All Stakeholders Who Serve The Global Child.
Our Focus Areas
Health and Safety: Children and families need open access to high quality medical care, safe environments that encourage exploration, discover, and connection to nurturing adults.
Child Development: Understanding how children grow and develop is essential to supporting their progress and engagement in the world.
Literacy : is essential to developing a strong sense of well-being and citizenship. Our goal is to support life-long learning and engagement in our fast pace global world. Literacy is essential for engagement.
Environment and Science : Environmental education in early childhood includes the development of a sense of wonder; appreciation for the beauty and mystery of the natural world; opportunities to experience joy, of the closeness to nature and respect for other creatures.Nature education is the gateway to imagination and innovation.
Economics : Economic development is connected to, and essential for equal opportunity that allows the best education and services are offered in all communities.
Sustainability : Young children will grow into the stewards of the earth. Connection and understanding of conservation leads to global sustainability.
Nutrition : Maternal prenatal nutrition and the child’s nutrition in the first 2 years of life (1000 days) are crucial factors in a child’s neurodevelopment and lifelong mental health.
Art and Culture : Art and creativity teach problem-solving, critical thinking and innovation skills that will create a strong foundation for life-long learning and collaboration.
What inspires us
When we work together, we have the power ‘to create solutions that enable sustainable development practices in local communities by utilizing education, innovative learning methods and multi-stakeholder partnerships‘.
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