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The Stories of Our Volunteers – Meet Petar Ivosevic

By Zoe Townsend on 5th Dec 2016

He’s busy this morning. After training in the early hours, before the sun has fully risen, early enough that stars…

Early Childhood Development

How to Deal with Parents’ Separation Anxiety

By Harsh Mahaseth on 4th Dec 2016

Leaving your child may make you feel anxious. But what is the reason behind that anxiety? Once you figure out…

Early Childhood Development

The Importance of Healthy Early Eating Habits

By Anna Chulack on 1st Dec 2016

It can be a challenge to encourage children to eat vegetables and fruits every day. The following tips can help…

Early Childhood Education

EU Supports Educational Projects for Children in Crisis

By Anna Chulack on 27th Nov 2016

The Novak Djokovic Foundation has done important work for a number of years in improving education for children in a…

Early Childhood Development

Why and How We Brought the MindUP Program to Serbia

By Zoe Townsend on 24th Nov 2016

The MindUP program has been proven to reduce instances of bullying and violence in schools, and children enrolled in the…

Early Childhood Development

Why Do Kids Lie? Empowering the Clueless Parents of a Lying Kid

By Ananya Singh on 22nd Nov 2016

 Kids aren’t born with a moral code; you have to ingrain it in them. How?

Our Stories

Meet Mateja – A Talented Boy from Our School of Life

By NDFAdmin on 17th Nov 2016

On our visit to the School of Life in Merosina, we meet Mateja, six-year-old boy with warm, sad eyes. “I’d…

Early Childhood Education

Why is E-learning Vital for Early Childhood Education?

By Anne Steinhoff on 13th Nov 2016

E-learning has dramatically changed the teaching and learning process in classrooms. Being described as the future of education, here we…

Early Childhood Development

Alison Gopnik: What Do Babies Think? (TED)

By NDFAdmin on 10th Nov 2016

“Babies and young children are like the R&D division of the human species,” says psychologist Alison Gopnik. Her research explores…

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