Voices from the Field

Voices from the Field is a series focused on the voices of members of the early childhood workforce from around the world.

These articles highlight how the COVID-19 crisis has impacted those working in early childhood services across sectors. By capturing different voices of the early childhood workforce and sharing their perspectives, Voices from the Field gives insight into the challenges faced across the globe.

There is so much to learn from them. We hope you welcome this as an opportunity to appreciate and celebrate their resilience, care, commitment, and professionalism.

Are you a member of the early childhood workforce? Raise your voice, share your experience here!

The situation is challenging, and it will be so for a while. We need to continue to find ways to work closely together.

Mobile Creches’ primary aim during the pandemic has been to ensure that frontline workers can connect to parents and children. Read the Voices from the Field interview with Deputy Manager Radha Pandey, and two Project Supervisors also working in India.

Luciano Ramos

Voices from the Field is a series focused on the voices of members of the early childhood workforce from around the world. Luciano Ramos of Brazil shares how he feels some practices have changed in a positive way. 


Iris Lim

Voices from the Field is a series focused on the voices of members of the early childhood workforce from around the world. Iris Lim of Singapore shares how embracing the unknown has helped her cope during the pandemic.


Netali Zamir

Voices from the Field is a series focused on the voices of members of the early childhood workforce from around the world. Netali Zamir, development therapist, recommends massage as the best remedy for stress – for adults and babies!

Line Alvheim Elmore

Voices from the Field is a series focused on the voices of members of the early childhood workforce from around the world. 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.