Realities for Childhoods and Street Children<br>Andy Kings, Senegal

World Forum National Representative, Andy Kings sat down with us in Macao, China back in April at the 2019 World Forum on Early Care and Education. Check out the video above to see what he has to say about exploitive educational economic systems, private organizations providing remedial educational services, the possibility of the entrenched system […]

Finding His Way to Early Childhood<br>Lloyd Muwoni, Zimbabwe

Lloyd Muwoni sat down with us in Macao, China back in April at the 2019 World Forum on Early Care and Education. Check out the video below to see what he has to say about wanting to improve the futures of young children, how children can thrive with opportunities to learn, working to improve the […]

How Adults Turn Early Childhood Stresses into Traumas<br>Skand Bali, India

Skand Bali sat down with us in Macao, China back in April at the 2019 World Forum on Early Care and Education. Check out the video below to see what he has to say about the benefits of working with young children, remaining aware of the stresses school can present to children, the role of […]

Countering Social Inequality<br>Ebru Aktan Acar, Turkey

World Forum National Representative, Ebru Aktan Acar of Turkey shares her work with The Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University ÇABAÇAM (Multi Purpose Early Childhood Education Centre) since its opening back in 2008. The Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University ÇABAÇAM is an innovative model based on the active collaboration of multiple stakeholders, namely academic, regional and district adminstrative […]

Challenges to Inclusion in Early Childhood Programs<br>Masarrat Tavawalla, India

Masarrat Tavawalla, Director of 2019 World Forum Sponsor, Sunderji’s Global Academy sat down with us in April at the World Forum on Early Care and Education to discuss her lifelong passion for Early Childhood Education and her interest in teacher training and inclusion. Check out the video below to learn about Masarrat’s thoughts on being […]