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BVLFBernard Van Leer Foundation (The Hague, The Netherlands)
BVLFBelgische Vereniging Leraars Frans (Dutch: Belgian Association of French Teachers)
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In Turkey, the Bernard van Leer foundation, which sponsored the survey, supports community-based childcare programs in several municipalities across the country, including in Beyoy-lu.
This new report from the Bernard van Leer Foundation prompts new ways of thinking about young children and how attitudes toward diversity are formed.
In less than 10 years, ECD had moved from the periphery of concern for all but a few international donors, such as the Bernard van Leer Foundation and a few others who had made significant contributions to ECD as early as the 1970s, to become a major topic on a significant number of donors' and international organizations' lists of priority issues.
This is illustrated with a description of the work of KCDF with the Nyuat and El-barta projects, two of the Bernard van Leer Foundation's partner organisations in the Samburu district of Kenya.
The Hague, The Netherlands: Bernard van Leer Foundation, 2005.
This annual report for 2002 describes the year's activities, achievements, and financial status of the Bernard van Leer Foundation, a private foundation based in The Netherlands operating internationally to improve opportunities for young children from birth to age 7 living in circumstances of social and economic disadvantage.
These partnerships involved nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), parastatal bodies, religious organizations, the Bernard van Leer Foundation, The Aga Khan Foundation, and UNICEF.
Funding from the Bernard van Leer Foundation was used to conduct this longitudinal study in the Embu District of Kenya to compare the academic performance of children cared for by preschool teachers who had received different levels of training.
The Mwana Mwende Project was started in the Machakos District in 1997 by the Mwana Mwende Child Development Center, a local nongovernmental organization (NGO), in response to concern about the care of children under 3 years and the welfare of teenage mothers, its primary funders have been the Bernard van Leer Foundation (of the Netherlands) and the International Child Resource Center.
This annual report for 2001 describes the year's activities, achievements, and financial status of the Bernard van Leer Foundation, a private foundation based in The Netherlands operating internationally to improve opportunities for young children from birth to age 7 living in circumstances of social and economic disadvantage.
Usually, the government provides partial funding for new programs only after results are identified (Bernard van Leer Foundation, 1972).