Working for children around the world

Together with partner organisations we develop and implement projects and programmes in countries around the world.

Use the filters below to see our current and closed projects and programmes, organised by location, thematic area and year of implementation.

Foundations for the future

Early Childhood Education and Development

A strong start for every child from birth to school-age

OUTSTE(A)M

Early Childhood Education and Development

Outdoor learning in Early Childhood Education and Care and primary schools using age-appropriate technology and the STE(A)M Approach

A Play Hub for internally displaced children in Ukraine

Early Childhood Education and Development

ICDI and Labour and Health Social Initiatives (LHSI), an NGO based in Kyiv, are launching the first Play Hub project […]

Common Quality Framework for Non-formal Early Childhood Education and Care

Early Childhood Education and Development

ICDI is coordinating the development of a Common Quality Framework for Non-formal Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) in Europe and Central Asia.  […]

Mobile Play Hubs for Ukrainian refugee children in Hungary and Slovakia

Early Childhood Education and Development

Supporting the integration of young refugee children and their families through play and socialisation

Play Hubs for cohesive local communities

Early Childhood Education and Development

This project builds on the experience of the TOY for Inclusion programme. It aims to expand the network of Play […]

TOY for Inclusion – Ukraine response in Slovakia

Early Childhood Education and Development

By mid-June 2022, more than 13 million people have fled their homes since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. More than five million […]

Places to Grow

Early Childhood Education and Development

Interagency cooperation between early years services: a capacity building trajectory through the TOY for Inclusion approach

TOY for Inclusion – Access for All (Slovakia)

Early Childhood Education and Development

Inclusion of children with special needs in ECEC and primary education in Slovakia