Earliest Learning - Sajag in Rajnandgaon

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Earliest Learning - Sajag in Rajnandgaon. Conference on Early Learning New Delhi . Sept 26, 2013. The Rajnandgaon Process. Attempt to embed learning about child development in a relatively large number of village residents for long term sustainability.
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Earliest Learning - Sajag in Rajnandgaon Conference on Early Learning New Delhi . Sept 26, 2013 The Rajnandgaon Process
  • Attempt to embed learning about child development in a relatively large number of village residents for long term sustainability.
  • Use of “mindful cascade” in at least a part of the project.
  • Attempt to involve multiple government departments to address the child’s needs in an integrated manner.
  • Convergence of Govt. Departments
  • Good experiences at the field level
  • People from different departments learnt from each other and conversations began that otherwise wouldn’t have
  • Health and WCD have both gotten interested in introducing the ideas in their respective fields
  • Convergence at policy and strategy level still a challenge
  • Embedding Knowledge Locally
  • Excellent experience with the Master Trainers and Village Communicators
  • Training processes brought their personal experiences of child-rearing into focus
  • Several have become evangelists for the ideas
  • Most are influential locally so the programme could transform communities
  • Contextualisation of materials a challenge and deep learning for us
  • Mindful Cascade Training process incorporated
  • Several rounds of short training sessions to ensure comprehension, retention and transmission
  • Connecting trainees’ personal experiences with ideas taught and on-going reflection on field experiences
  • Emphasis on planning
  • Modelling and supportive supervision at each level of the cascade
  • Future Directions
  • CLR / UNICEF involvement in Rajnandgaon will come to an end in March 2014.
  • SHRC, Chhattisgarh has decided to incorporate the ideas in their annual state-wide Mitanin training programme
  • SHRC, Chhattisgarh has also asked CLR to provide support for Fulwaris being set up in 85 blocks in the state by working in a lab of 50 fulwaris
  • Future Directions
  • WCD, Maharashtra and RajmataJijauHealth and Nutrition Mission, Maharashtra have expressed interest in incorporating the ideas in their programmes
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