Niger Sponsorship Early Childhood Development Endline Assessment

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Save the Children

Save the Children’s Sponsorship-funded programs operate in 20 countries worldwide, and integrate health, education and protection to support the development of children from 0 to 18 years of age.

The Sponsorship Program in the Maradi impact area of Niger has been operating integrated programming for children since 2016. This report presents the results of an assessment of early childhood development and home learning environment conducted at two points in time: baseline data was collected in November 2016, and endline data one year later, in 2017. The assessment includes children and their caregivers who are participating in Emergent Literacy and Math (ELM) activities as part of Save the Children’s Sponsorship programming. 

The aim of this study is to assess how children’s skills develop over the course of one year and explore changes in the quality of the home learning environment. 

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