More than eight months after the closure of South Africa’s early childhood development (ECD) programmes in March 2020, the ECD sector is likely to be operating at less than a quarter of its pre-lockdown levels. This makes it even more imperative that we work to achieve universal access to quality ECD services, but crucial shifts in our national system are needed. This learning brief explores how Kago Ya Bana (KYB), a social programme of the Hollard Foundation Trust, and SmartStart, a non-governmental organisation, are working to remove regulatory hurdles to scaling quality education.
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