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  1. Evaluating the Indonesia Early Childhood Education and Development Project

  2. Research Questions • To what extent does the intervention increases the availability and utilization of ECED services? • To what extent does the intervention improve poor children’s overall development and readiness for further education? • What factors contribute to successful ECED services?

  3. Challenges • Large number of beneficiaries - 738,000 children in 6,000 poor communities (3,000 villages) within 50 districts • Rural, disperse, ethnically different population

  4. Challenges Community driven development project – no cookie cutter program Intervention = providing grants and facilitating villagers on how to use the grant to provide ECED services

  5. 1. Pre-conditioning 2. Participatory Planning phase 3.Grant Awarded & Services implemented Implementation Steps at Village Level • Sensitization about the importance of ECED by team of facilitators • Expression of interest by villages • Map their existing ECED services and unmet needs – select priority dusuns accordingly • Appoints teachers, CDW, and VIU • Identify a space for ECED activities • Write and submit their grant proposal • Award grants • Implement services

  6. Implementation Plan The project will be implemented in 3 waves, separated by 9 months each Wave 1: 1,000 villages – 20 villages/district Wave 2 Wave 3

  7. Evaluation Design Baseline: July 2007 Follow up: 18 months Follow up: 36 months Baseline: 2007 Wave 1: treatment group Wave 2 Wave 3: control group for first 18 months

  8. Data to be collected • Village characteristics • Household survey: • Household economy • Parent background • Parent knowledge, attitudes, beliefs child rearing • Child outcome data : indicators of child development across domains

  9. Objective of the Impact Study • What is the (statistically significant) difference in the improvement of (child/parental/community) outcomes between villages that receive the intervention and villages that do not?

  10. EDI for Impact Evaluation Purposes • Can the EDI be used to measure the impact of the intervention? • What are the pros and cons?

  11. If we are to use the EDI – Positive implications • Type of interventions not known in advance • Measure overall child development • Only 2 communities (out of 5) will receive the project • Fairly easy to administer

  12. If we are to use the EDI - challenges • Teacher-based assessment • Sample size considerations • Need access to Grade 1 teachers • We are looking at a wide age range – age 5 to 7 too late to measure project impact? • How to complement the EDI data with longitudinal/prospective surveys?

  13. Application of the EDI - Next steps • Translate/back translate and determine content validity • Piloting to: • Determine the most reliable administrator of the EDI • Determine if it can be applied to 4 to 7 year olds • Develop manual and quality control plan