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Evaluating the short-run impacts of a community-driven ECED project in Indonesia

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Frame of Image r olds A lack of government investment Few options for teacher training
An example: Low enrollment rates among the poor and children 0-3
ECED Enrollment Rates
70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 25% 46% 59%
20% 10%
0% 2% 1% Poorest 20% 5% 5% Richest 20% 2004
19%
Poorest 20% 2007
Richest 20%
Age 0-3:
Age 4-6:
The Early Childhood Education and Development Project in Indonesia
• Seeks to address these challenges • Active in:
▫ 50 poor districts ▫ 3,000 poor villages
• Provided
▫ 6,000 ECED centers ▫ 12,000 trained village teachers ▫ 500,000 children to date
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The project has multiple components, implemented sequentially
1
Community Facilitation
• Importance of ECED • How to write block grant proposals
2
Teacher Training Block Grants
• Cascade training • • • • Infrastructure Operational costs Educational toys Program content
3
MAP OF WORLD BANK SUPPORTED ECED PROGRAM
Sumatera Selatan : 1. Ogan Komering Ilir Nangroe Aceh Darussalam: 1. Aceh Tenggara 2. Aceh Tengah Sumatera Utara : 1. Toba Samosir 2. Tapanuli tengah Sumatera Barat: 1. Solok 2. Sawahlunto/Sijunjung 3. Pesisir Selatan Jambi : 1. Tanjung Jabung Timur
2. Sarolangun
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Coverage: •50 districts •6,000 ECED centers •12,000 trained village teachers •500,000 children
II III
Bengkulu : 1. Bengkulu Utara 2. Bengkulu Selatan Lampung : 1. 2. Lampung Timur Lampung Selatan Jawa Tengah : 1. Rembang 2. Wonogiri 3. Cilacap 4. Banjarnegara DI Yogyakarta: 1. Kulonprogo 2. Gunung Kidul Kalimantan Barat: 1. Sambas 2. Ketapang
V IV
Jawa Timur : 1. Pacit


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Title Evaluating the short-run impacts of a community-driven ECED project in Indonesia
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Hasan, Amer; Jung, Haeil; Pradhan, Menno

Publisher

[Washington, DC]:The World Bank

Date 2012-12
Event

The Regional Impact Evaluation Workshop

Pages 26
Subject Country Indonesia(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Official Aid < General
Holding KDI; KDI School