Child Care System Reform: Country Assessments and Factsheets

Child Care System Reform:

  • Albania country Assessment [PDF] (June 2007)
  • Bulgaria country Assessment [PDF] (June 2007)
  • Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia country Assessment [PDF] (June 2007)
  • Serbia country Assessment [PDF] (June 2007)
Albania country assessment

Country examples of System Reform

Child Care System Reform Efforts - Country examples from South-East Europe

Child Care System Reform Efforts: Country examples from South-East Europe 
(Draft July 2007)

This compilation presents examples of recent efforts made to reform child care systems in Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, UNAP Kosovo*, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Turkey.

Information has been collected through various sources, including governments, UNICEF Country Offices, Save the Children UK, EveryChild, and others. The compilation is part of background documentation for the South-East Europe Consultation “Reform of the Child Care System - Taking Stock and Accelerating Action”, 3-6 July 2007, Sofia, Bulgaria. The event is organised by the UNICEF Regional Office for CEE/CIS, in collaboration with the Bulgarian government and the World Bank.


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Fact sheets 


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* Under UN Security Resolution 1244



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