SEAMEO CECCEP participated in the commemoration ceremony of National Teacher's Day and the PGRI Anniversary in Ogan Komering Ulu. A total of 4,000 teachers celebrated the 78th anniversary of PGRI and National Teacher's Day in 2023 at the Baturaja Art Building, Ogan Komering Ulu Regency on Saturday (25/11/2023). The event began with the cutting of the ceremonial rice cone by H Teddy Meilwansyah SSTP MM MPd, the Regent of Ogan Komering Ulu, accompanied by the Head of the OKU Education Office, Drs. H Topan Indra Fauzi MM MPd.
Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization - Center for Early Childhood Care Education and Parenting (SEAMEO CECCEP) undertook comprehensive monitoring and evaluation of the Parenting Program for Stunting Prevention (PPSP) in the Baturaja District, Ogan Komering Ulu, South Sumatra, Indonesia. The purpose of this monitoring and evaluation was to actively address early childhood stunting issues, promote better parenting practices, and enhance child nutrition.
Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Regional Center for Early Childhood Care and Education and parenting (SEAMEO CECCEP), Deakin University and Universitas Islam Internasional Indonesia (UIII), conducted an innovative training workshop for Early Childhood Care Education (ECCD) teachers. The workshop aimed to develop the capacity of early childhood educators in designing play-based activities to support children's spatial and thinking. This workshop was attended by 20 early childhood education teachers. The workshop started on September 18, 2023 at Faculty Lecture Room A UIII, Depok City, Indonesia.
SEAMEO CECCEP successfully conducted training for early childhood teachers in Serang City, Banten Province, Indonesia. This training was held from 22 November to 8 December in a blended mode. A total of 30 ECCE teachers participated in the "Parenting Program for Stunting Prevention (PPSP)." This PPSP training aims to support government programs to accelerate the reduction in the prevalence of stunting. The government is targeting that by 2024 the prevalence rate will drop to 14 percent.