Access to quality early childhood care and education (ECCE) is a fundamental right for every child. There is a need to develop a comprehensive policy that not-only addresses health, nutrition, care, and education but also a child’s right to protection and play. This will require a multi-sectoral collaborative approach in which funders, investors, experts, and practitioners should join forces to build an ecosystem for success.
In this session panellist will discuss successful examples of ECCE from each of their countries, addressing the pressing need for cross-sectoral collaboration for building an enabling ecosystem, the challenges of cross-sectoral partnerships, and best-practices for success.
- How to redefine partnerships for ECCE by shedding traditional competitiveness
- How to maximise your value proposition in the ECCE value chain
- How a successful ecosystem will achieve the collective goal for ECCE while maximizing your organization’s gains
COO DHFL Changing Lives Foundation
Partnerships Specialist Unicef India
Director of Beijing Office Macao Tong Chai Charity Association
Executive Director ten20 Foundation
Head of Social Ventures, Senior Director, Strategic Partnerships Save The Children