It supported by Grand Challenges Canada- Saving Brains, is an innovative initiative to improve multiple aspects of early childhood development that helps enhance the cognitive potential of preschool children in low-income and indigenous tribal groups in remote rural areas of Central India.
The project is implemented by Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences (DMIMS)which is an esteemed educational University in Central India in collaboration with a chain of private preschools run by Meghe Group and other higher education institutes.
The Positive Parenting Program is a key component of Stepping Stones Project.
It is one of the unique initiatives from Stepping Stones Project. Provides Anganwadi centres with ECD tool kit
Our aim through Stepping Stones Project is to provide nutritional supplements to pregnant mothers and children.
Stepping Stones towards Preschool Preparation of Rural Children. Promoting "Teaching through play"
The approach of intervention is through Home Visit. Cadre of Balsakhi are trained to do home visits to the beneficiary.
Promoting Involvement of Males in Childcare and Child Development Activities- A Stepping Stones Project Approach
For raising awareness through Positive Parenting programme of Stepping Stones Project, we have developed a set ofmodules and self-reflective assessment tools which particularly emphasize on participation of males in child care anddevelopment activities.Read More
In Stepping Stones Project we organize number of events. Which help us to understand the what effect our project is making on ground level. Thus we all knowes events are a useful way to collect data. Data that used to make improvement.
Events we organized:- Sensitization Program, Toy Making Workshop, Photo Dialogue Session, Demonstration Centre, participated in the event titled “SPOTLIGHT ON THE MANY VOICES OF THE EARLY CHILDHOOD WORKFORCE” and many more to come.