Empowering people

to take action for children!

Our work is to ensure that the global community and grass roots EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION(ECE) stakeholders have the knowledge, and motivation to make a real change in inclusive ECE worldwide. We are not advocating for national sign languages to be accessible to only deaf children, we are ensuring that all children receive sign language instruction as a second language of communication in their early years, 0-8yrs.

United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 4

2020 Submissions  open   in  August!

Are you passionate and using your National Sign Language to support children 0-8yrs, in their learning?

Submit a two minutes video about your work and get recognized and rewarded for your work.

Submissions from Ghana, Kenya, Rwanda and Malawi must attach a co-signed letter of collaboration with a local early years program to qualify for the book development prize. Letters must be co-signed by a school who is interested to collaborate with you to introduce sign language in their schools' program, and is willing to work with you on the book idea

if you are selected as a winner in the

2020 Global sign Challenge.

Are you a preschool, local education group or non-profit organization working with children 0-8yrs, and is interested in introducing sign language in your program?

 Nominate someone from your community who is passionate and already using your national sign language to improve young children's language and communication skills.

We would provide training and support, if your nominee is selected as a winner in the 2020 Global sign Challenge, your nominee would also work with your school to develop a book idea for publication and use, to engage children in your program.

We are redesigning the Global sign Challenge for better impact this year, more updates coming soon....................

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