ECD Compliance Made Easy.
ECD Compliance Made Easy draws inspiration from a private sector approach to ensuring business compliance with operational laws. Core to this investment is an assessment app that helps Environmental Health Practitioners (EHPs) to navigate the ECD
The process of assessing and supporting South African ECD
The registration process is a lengthy one and requires, among other things, that
Many EHPs are left feeling understandably helpless and frustrated.
Drawing inspiration from private sector approaches to ensuring compliance with operational laws, a tech-enabled toolkit helps EHPs navigate the ECD
The mobile application assists NGOs and officials involved in the ECD registration process to support
The tool, endorsed by the national EHP professional body, enables practitioners to pivot their services from a punitive assessment approach towards one orientated around continuous improvement.
STATUS: In Proof of Concept phase
When planning the pathway to scale for this innovation, it was clear that integration into government systems for ECD assessment and registration was key.
Both the feasibility
The project team
Two key public stakeholders in this project are the Department of Social Development and City Health Social Services, who also wish to see the pace of ECD registration increase.
Ilifa Labantwana and ELRU (Early Learning Research Unit), are involved in defining the content of the questions and aligning these to national norms and standards.
Ikamva Labantu and Learn to Live are the app functionality testers for infield research.
Content partner: Standards & Legal is committed to taking the stress out of legal requirements and management obligations so that
Tech partner: AppShed has created a free online app-creation tool where anyone can design and publish mobile apps for iOS, Android
Last updated 11 June 2018