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Open Classroom | Implementation & Sustainability: Lessons Learned from a Rwandan Intervention for Global Childhood Early Development

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Presented by:
Theresa Betancourt, ScD
Salem Professor & Global Practice Director, Boston College School of Social Work

Jean Marie Vianney Havugimana, MBA
Program Manager, FXB Rwanda

Vincent Sezibera, PhD
Professor, University of Rwanda

What are best practices for locally relevant and supported early childhood interventions? How can early childhood interventions respond to COVID-19 related challenges in low-resource settings? The "Sugira Muryango" program supports responsive parenting to promote early childhood development and prevent violence through active coaching and father engagement in Rwanda. Join our distinguished panel as they discuss the program's development and key understandings for adaptation and sustainability for continued success. 

This program is offered in partnership with the International Center for Child Health & Development, SMART Africa, and the Africa Initiative of Washington University.