Jakarta, 18-20 February 2018

Research & Development

Build Regional Knowledge
Build Research Capacity
Create knowledge and evidence through research at local, national, regional and international levels

Support evidence-based policy development

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Capacity Building

Establish a platform to build in-house research capacity
Capacity Building of Professionals & Practitioners, Individuals, Institutions, Community
Conduct/ facilitate training, seminars, workshops, conferences, internships, exchange studies, etc.
Leverage technology and digital platform

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Advocacy & Patnership

Establish partnerships to enhance research capacity, Individuals, Research Institutions
Disseminate research findings: social media campaigns, dialogues, research publications etc.
Advocate research findings/ evidence to drive policy formulation and program design

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SEAMEO CECCEP DDP Visit to ASEAN Secretariat, Jakarta, Indonesia

There are seven SEAMEO Regional Centres in Indonesia namely are: 1.      SEAMEO Regional Centre for Tropical Biology (SEAMEO BIOTROP) 2.      SEAMEO Regional Centre for Early Childhood Care Education and Parenting (SEAMEO CECCEP) 3.      SEAMEO Regional Centre for Quality Improvement of Teacher and Education Personnel in Language (SEAMEO QITEP in Language) 4.      SEAMEO Regional Centre for

Country of Initial Meeting for STEPP (Survey of Teachers in Pre-Primary Education) in Indonesia

Jakarta, SEAMEO CECCEP holds the Country of Initial Meeting for STEPP (Survey of Teachers in Pre-Primary Education) in Indonesia on Jakarta, 18-21 February 2018. The event is being attended by Director General of Early Childhood and Community Education (Harris Iskandar, Ph.D), Director of UNESCO Jakarta Office (Prof. Shahbaz Khan), UNESCO Headquarters Paris (Yoshie Kaga and

Focus Group Discussion of “Innovative Financing Mechanism and Partnership for Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE)”

A research conducted as a partnership between SEAMEO CECCEP and UNESCO Bangkok Bandung, Based on the regional study done by UNESCO Bangkok with Kobe University and UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia (UNICEF ROSA), it was identified that there are 3 main challenges faced by the participating countries of this regional study, namely: 1) insufficient