Negombo clinic resources for participants

Participants of the recent communications for policy influence clinic in Negombo can find the full set of presentations, handouts and resources here. Videos are also now available.


Video footage from Rome clinic now available

Interviews with participants of the communications for policy influence clinic in Rome can be viewed here. You will also find all presentations, handouts and resources from the clinic.


Happy endings for Mozambican preschoolers


  • Author: Melissa Kelly
  • Published: 2012

In 2007, Save the Children partnered with the World Bank on a three year study, funded in part by 3ie, to show the benefits of early education over time, by comparing, through a randomized design, children in preschool programs with children who were not enrolled. The study findings, released this week, are very encouraging. The impact evaluation shows that children who attended preschool programs run by Save the Children, were 24 percent more likely to enroll in primary school and were significantly better equipped to learn than children not covered by the program. Most importantly, children who participated in the program demonstrated improved cognitive, problem solving and social skills.

In this blog, Melissa Kelly describes how Save the Children, together with a range of partners, were able to support uptake of evaluation findings and influence policy makers throughout the evaluation process. 

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For further information, read the World Bank's "Evidence to Policy" note that reviews the Mozambique evaluation and lessons learned:
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