Arabian Child, a leading early childhood organization, partnered with Edarabia.com, the Middle Eastâ€™s premier education community.
Online PR News – 23-May-2016 – Dubai – Arabian Child is a private not-for-profit organization that has trained thousands of teachers, parents, and police officers in the Middle East Region, and they have recently launched a new quality improvement program called â€śJAWDAâ€ť for nurseries, preschools and kindergartens, in UAE, KSA, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain and Oman. Programs enrolled in JAWDA receive a tier level certification indicating the quality of the service provided to children and families in their community; Tier 1 to Tier 5 (Tier 5 indicates the highest level of quality).
Founded in 2005, Edarabia.com is the largest online education network and a trusted resource for parents and academic professionals. The website will develop a list of the top nurseries, preschools and kindergartens in the GCC indicating the tier level that they have achieved through the JAWDA program.
JAWDA, which means â€śqualityâ€ť in Arabic, is a systemic approach to assess, improve, and communicate the level of quality in early care and education programs. Similar to rating systems for other service-related industries, quality ratings will be awarded to programs that meet defined program standards that go beyond the minimum licensing requirements.Through Edarabia.com, parents will be able to compare nurseries on the basis of their Jawda tier level and make an informed decision when choosing the right institution for their child.
Professionals will also be able to benefit from JAWDA resources that will be available through Edarabia.com to help them learn about quality standards and conduct self-assessments and prepare for quality improvement plans.
It's an important association for Arabian Child who view their strategic partnership with EdArabia as a way to educate parents, and professionals about quality in early years.
Samia Kazi, the General Manager of Arabian Child adds: â€śJAWDA combines the international best practices in early years settings integrated with the local culture and Arabic heritage, helping to prepare our children to their fullest academic potential while respecting our culture, and maintaining citizenship and moral values."We are very proud to partner with Edarabia.com to raise awareness about JAWDA in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman and Bahrain. It is a unique partnership whereby Arabian Child provides innovative educational resources and leverages on Edarabiaâ€™s long-standing network of institutions and its dedicated audience of parents and teachers.â€ť
â€śWe are truly honoured to partner with an organization as esteemed as Arabian Child. Their commitment to improving the quality of early childhood education is unmatched in the Middle East. We look forward to working closely with the team to serve this community and develop new value-added solutions that are of benefit to parents and their children.â€ť said Farid Gasim, Founder of Edarabia.com.
Edarabia.com is the Middle East's largest education site; enabling students, parents and teachers to compare and select the right institutions. Founded in 2005 (formerly as IQEA.org), the site has become a trusted source in the field of education. Visitors to the site can follow the latest industry news, upcoming events, job listings, research updates, compare college ratings and add reviews. Edarabia.com covers all levels of education including but not limited to universities, colleges, schools, nurseries, language institutes, training academies, music schools, online universities and much more. Address: iRise Tower, TECOM, Dubai, UAE, Tel: +9714 3453033 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.edarabia.com
About Arabian Child
Arabian Child is a leading early childhood education, care, service, and consultation organization in the Middle East. Its primary focus is in childcare advocacy and training, and is a leading contributor to quality improvement of early childhood education in the Middle East. Arabian Child actively and consistently works to improve the quality of early childhood education by providing professional training, supporting early childhood professionals, policy makers and other practitioners. Arabian Child contributes to family education by hosting important workshops for families on positive parenting and providing invaluable child protection courses. Arabian Child is a private not-for-profit organization. Headquarters: Knowledge Village, Block 6, F05 & F06 Dubai, UAE. +971 4 435 6933 email@example.com www.arabianchild.org