After the development of an extended partnership and a refreshed theory of change, the Early Childhood Workforce Initiative (ECWI) partners began collaborating in a new phase of work.
Marking this new partnership, ECWI has adopted a refreshed theory of change, which includes well-defined actions focused around four pillars.
Michelle Neuman and Tomi Oyedele discuss the global challenge of recruiting and retaining qualified early childhood workers.
The ECWI provided technical assistance to partners in Serbia using the Home Visiting Workforce Needs Assessment Tool.
Line Alvheim Elmore, a pedagogical leader in Norway tells us how cooperation with the government and public has helped her stay child-focused during the pandemic.