The Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) is a regional intergovernmental organization established in 1965 among governments of Southeast Asian countries to promote regional cooperation in education, science and culture in the region.

Vision : “The leading organization for enhancing regional understanding and cooperation in education, science and culture for a better quality of life in Southeast Asia”

Mission : “To enhance regional understanding, cooperation and unity of purpose among Member Countries for a better quality of life through the establishment of networks and partnerships, the provision of fora among policy makers and experts, and the promotion of sustainable human resource development”
Motto : “Leading through Learning”

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The Director of SEAMEO CECCEP attended the Unesco World Conference on Early Childhood Care and Education

Nov 18, 2022

She was a speaker in a parallel session on parenting. She emphasized the need to go beyond deficit models of parenting as well as an urgency to develop culturally sensitive parenting models. She highlighted several parenting programs of SEAMEO CECCEP, including mindful parenting and ethnoparenting. During her visit, she also held a meeting with the Director of SEAMES, Dr. Ethel Venezuela and an ambassador of the Indonesian embassy in Uzbekistan, Prof. Dr. Sunaryo Kartadinata.

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