Fulfilling each child's full potential

We invest in the future of children by promoting good parenting and quality education.

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What We Do

We conduct experiments and help to scale up science-based solutions, with the goal of ensuring that all children have a good start in life and acquire the knowledge and skills they need to reach their full potential.

Early Childhood Development

Promoting good parenting practices

Pre-school and Primary Education

Getting children ready for school and supporting learning

Youth Training

Promoting the development of technical and life skills

Our Results

We achieve results through constant monitoring and rigorous evaluation of our projects.

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partners in the cocoa and chocolate industry
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Our Partners

We foster partnerships in an ecosystem that brings together the Ivorian government, companies in the cocoa and chocolate industry, philanthropic foundations, research partners and civil society organizations. Together, we are addressing the challenges of early childhood development and seeking to improve the quality of education.

Our News

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Global Education Monitoring Report: Implications for Inclusive Education in Côte d’Ivoire

September 24, 2020

Cecilia Vaca Jones, Executive Director of the Bernard van Leer Foundation, tell us how parents’ nurturing and support in the early years of their children is a decisive factor for their optimal development.
Bernard van Leer is a Dutch foundation that believes that all babies and toddlers deserve a good start in life.

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Research

We strongly believe that solutions must be based on scientific evidence. Accordingly, we support high-level research, studies and rigorous evaluations.

Studies & Reports

Learn more about early childhood development and quality education

Full report – Qualitative research on key early childhood behaviors in Côte d’Ivoire

Auteur: Busara and Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs Année: 2020

Parenting programs aim to equip parents with the right information and skills so they can provide optimal care to foster their children’s development, within their own means.

Busara and John Hopkins Center for Communication Programs conducted a new study whose insights allow to finetune existing Parenting programs in Cote d’Ivoire to make them more impactful. Download the comprehensive report.

Arm-Wrestling in the Classroom: The Non-Monotonic Effects of Monitoring Teachers

Auteur: Guilherme Lichand and Sharon Wolf  Année: 2020 This research paper analyses the results of the impact evaluation conducted…

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Full report – Qualitative research on key early childhood behaviors in Côte d’Ivoire

Auteur: Busara et Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs Année: 2020 Parenting programs aim to equip parents with the right…

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Top 10 recommendations – Qualitative research on key early childhood behaviors in Côte D’ivoire

Auteur: Busara et Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs Année: 2020 Parenting programs aim to equip parents with the right…

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