ECCE Policy Reviews

The aim of ECCE policy reviews is to provide countries with an opportunity to review their early childhood policies, to highlight good practices and challenges and to identify concrete measures to improve their policies.

UNESCO initiated ECCE policy reviews in 2004 in cooperation with OECD beginning with Brazil, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, and Kenya. In cooperation with UNICEF, the Organization has also carried out a review initiative in the Asia and the Pacific region in 2006-2007 involving China, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines and Vietnam.

ECCE Policy Reviews by country

To view the reports please click on the following links:      

UNESCO, Bangkok 

Brazil 
Policy Review Report: Early Childhood Care and Education in Brazil  

Indonesia  
The Background Report of Indonesia (2004)

Policy Review Report: Early Childhood Care and Education in Indonesia  (UNESCO-OECD review)  Eng|Bhasa (Indonesian) 
Early Childhood Care and Education in Indonesia Current Practice and Future Policy Directions (2007)

Kazakhstan
The Background Report of Kazakhstan: The Status of Preschool Education  (2004) 
Policy Review Report: Early Childhood Care and Education in Kazahstan (2005)  Eng|Rus 

Kenya
The Background Report of Kenya (2005) 
Policy Review Report: Early Childhood Care and Education in Kenya (2005)

Malaysia
Early Childhood Care and Education Policy Implementation Review (2007)

Mongolia 
Review of the Integrated Early Childhood Development Policy Implementation (2007) 

Nepal  
Early Childhood Policy Review in Nepal (2008) 

Pakistan 
ECE Policy Review: Policies, Profile and Programs in Early Childhood Education (ECE) in Pakistan (2008)

Sénégal
Rapport de revue de la Politique d’Education et de Protection de la Petite Enfance au Sénégal (2009)

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