This project aims to improve the quality of play for children’s holistic learning and wellbeing, with a specific focus on the children aged 0 – 5 of adolescent parents and caregivers in Sierra Leone.
The project will aim to gain a better understanding of the beliefs, practices, assumptions and norms regarding play, and pilot key activities in order to improve young children’s wellbeing through play and learning.
The project will support adolescent parents and caregivers with improved knowledge and skills to play with their children, whilst collecting and sharing evidence and learning on what works and best practices for engaging adolescent parents and caregivers in approaches to play, learning and wellbeing in the Sierra Leone context.
Child beneficiary numbers: 740
Age-group: 0 – 5
Research undertaken to better understand beliefs, practices, assumptions and norms of adolescent parents and caregivers regarding play and collect evidence on key activities for improving demand for play
Adolescent parents and caregivers from target communities are supported with skills, knowledge and home visits on quality play, learning and wellbeing for small children under 5
Learning and best practices shared on engaging adolescent parents and caregivers in approaches to play and learning