Our study is the first to examine parenting practices in skipped-generation households in the Northern Triangle, and will analyze the effectiveness of parental training and social coping strategies on early learning outcomes. The objective is two-fold: (i) to understand the context of skipped-generation households in the Northern Triangle; and (ii) identify effective education interventions to assist this large group of children. The specific objective is to assess the cost-effectiveness of support to skipped-generation households with social coping strategies (Group I) vis-à-vis social coping strategy support combined with parental training (Group II). The project will be evaluated through a Randomized Control Trial (RCT), contrasting any changes in learning of children in the treatment groups with children from a group of comparison households.
|Subsector||EDUCATION-PRESCHOOL & EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION|
|Project Type||Technical Cooperation|
|Environmental and Social Impact Category||C|
|Estimated Total Cost H||USD 500,000|
|Estimated IDB Financing|
|Reporting currency||USD - United States Dollars|
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