The regional conference “Investing in Early Childhood Care and Development: Facts, Opportunities and Challenges” was held

November 23, 2017

Deputy Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Arbër Geci attended the regional conference “Investing in Early Childhood Care and Development: Facts, Opportunities and Challenges”, organized by Save the Children in Kosovo, in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.

This two-day conference gathers a large number of representatives from MEST, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare, representatives of local educational and health institutions, and participants from Save the Children from different countries.

Deputy Minister Geci on this occasion emphasized that MEST is committed to promote early childhood care and development policies for all children, as a very important factor for the development of society.

“MEST is committed to implement best practices in early childhood care and development investment, by providing environment and necessary conditions for all children, in orde to have a successful development with equal opportunities for potential development of children and to stimulate their creativity “, emphasized Deputy Minister Geci.

Deputy / Minister Geci among others said that early childhood is one of the most important human development periods, which affects later stages of life.

Deputy Minister Geci also praised the work of the Save the Children organization, highlighting the valuable international experiences that they bring to our country, in the service of the best development for children in early childhood.

Lately, early childhood is an area in which is being given tremendous importance all over the world. The conference is an opportunity for policy makers, service providers, representatives from academia and other stakeholders to be informed about the importance of investing in early childhood care and development and for best practices in providing care and development services during early childhood.

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