Kidogo Contributes to the World Bank’s White Paper on Childcare
Kidogo was one of 3 organizations globally invited to contribute to the World Bank’s white paper ‘Better Jobs and Brighter Futures: Investing in Childcare to Build Human Capital’.
In addition, Kidogo’s co-founder/CEO Sabrina was invited to be a panelist at the launch of the World Bank’s white paper ‘Better Jobs and Brighter Futures: Investing in Childcare to Build Human Capital’ where we were described as a pioneer in this space. Sabrina spoke alongside Mobile Creches and Smart Start and was interviewed by Joan Lombardi Ph.D. - Senior Scholar at the Center for Child and Human Development at Georgetown University.
Kidogo Contributes to ‘Evidence Review Of The Global Childcare Crisis And The Road For Post-Covid-19 Recovery And Resilience’
Kidogo was invited to contribute to an ‘Evidence Review Of The Global Childcare Crisis And The Road For Post-Covid-19 Recovery And Resilience’ created with support from FEMDEV, Gates Foundation, Hewlett Foundation, IDRC, and IWWAGE.
As part of this review, Kidogo’s co-founder/CEO Sabrina was invited to be a panelist at the IDRC/GROW International Women’s Day Event talking about ‘COVID 19 and the Childcare Crisis.’
Kidogo Featured in Spring Impact Report on Home-based Childcare
Kidogo was featured in Spring Impact’s new report, generously supported by Echidna Giving. This report is the first home-based childcare review of its kind.
The report studies 11 examples of innovative support for HBCC (Home-Based Child Care), understanding their defining features, and identifying lessons for others while answering the questions: what are the defining features of emerging support programs for HBCC? And what best practices and lessons can we learn from these support programs that can help to scale their impact worldwide?
Kidogo Featured in an IFC UN Women publication
Kidogo was featured in an IFC UN Women publication titled ‘Bridging The Gap Emerging Private Sector Response And Recovery Measures For Gender Equality Amid Covid-19.’