This Gap Map is an output from the Improving young children’s learning in economically developing countries: What works, why, and where? Scoping review It shows a rich and diverse evidence base, and includes 109 interventions that support learning for young children in economically developing countries.
The gap map provides information about types of interventions, the location of the studies, and the DFAT region where the interventions took place, as well as results of analyses on the availability of evidence by the range of publication years and distribution of interventions by the age group targeted. The size of the circles varies by the magnitude of evidence available on each criteria.
By hovering or clicking on the circles readers can find out more information about the interventions, such as the key publication details, along with links to the included studies (where available).
The policy note below summarises findings regarding the measurement of learning outcomes in developing countries.
Measurement of young children’s learning for program evaluation
Visit the links below to access policy notes on each of the intervention types.
Income supplementation interventions in economically developing countries
Parent-focused interventions in economically developing countries
Effective child-focused education and nurturing care interventions
Integrated interventions in early childhood education and care (ECEC) in economically developing countries
Quality-focused interventions in early childhood education and care (ECEC) in economically developing countries