Country Liaisons

Our Country Liaisons gather and share information about childhood education practices and policies in various nations

Childhood Education International’s Country Liaison program is a network of volunteer liaisons from various nations around the world. Our Country Liaisons work in many areas of childhood education and child welfare and include teachers, education administrators, professionals in academia, representatives from both government and non-governmental organizations, consultants, and other education experts. Country Liaisons have substantial networks within their nations and regions, which allow them to support CE International’s mission.

The purpose of the Country Liaison program is to gather information about childhood education practices and policies in various nations, share this information with the CE International Community, provide information to support the development of CE International’s programs, and promote international and intercultural understanding.

If you would like more information about the Country Liaison program, please contact us.

Our Liaisons

Africa

EASTERN AFRICA
Ethiopia (Kassahun Weldemariam; Demeke Fekadu)
Kenya (Tata Mbugua; Almas Ismail; Elizabeth Owino)
Mauritius (Mahendranath Busgopaul)
Somalia (Abdikadir Issa Farah)
Tanzania (Fortidas Rwehumbiza Bakuza; Rosemary Olive Mbone Enie)
Uganda (Godfrey Ssali; Erina Mugabi)

WESTERN AFRICA
Cameroon (Alain Philippe Binyet Bi Mbog)
Côte d’Ivoire (Toti Jean-Marc Yalé)
Nigeria (Esther Oduolowu; Adefunke Ekine; Greg Ikemefuna)
Sierra Leone (Audrey V. Pabs-Garnon)
Ghana (Kofi Oware)

NORTHERN AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST
Iran (Maryam Sadat Sharifian)
Jordan (Omayya M. Al-Hassan)
Lebanon (Amira Hachem)
Morocco (Khalil Zakari)
Palestine (Sulieman Mleahat)

SOUTHERN AFRICA
Zambia (Douglas Tendai Phiri)
Zimbabwe (Patrick Makokoro)

Americas

CARIBBEAN
Haiti (Guylaine Richard)

NORTH AMERICA
Canada (Wanda Boyer; Gabriela P. Sanchez)
United States (Anita Pandey; Pamela Thompson)

SOUTH AMERICA
Argentina (Raul Mercer; Patricia Redondo; Karina Cimmino)
Brazil (Andressa Pellanda; Daniel Cara)
Peru (Martha Llanos; Fernando Canepa)
Trinidad and Tobago (Sabeerah Abdul-Majied; Lisa Ibrahim-Joseph)

Asia and the Middle East

MIDDLE EAST/NORTH AFRICA
Iran (Maryam Sadat Sharifian)
Jordan (Omayya M. Al-Hassan)
Lebanon (Amira Hachem)
Morocco (Khalil Zakari)
Palestine (Sulieman Mleahat)

CENTRAL ASIA/SOUTH ASIA
Afghanistan (Najeebullah Musafirzada)

EASTERN ASIA
China, Mainland (Jin Chi)
China, Hong Kong and Macau (Michael Kam)
Republic of Korea (Soon Lye Lee)

SOUTHEASTERN ASIA
Malaysia (Masako Kuroda)
Philippines (Michelle Lalunio; Braian Mahinay)

SOUTHERN ASIA
Bangladesh (Mahmuda Akhter; Johurul Islam Jewel)
India (Amrita Jain)
Nepal (Sapna Thapa; Bishnu Bhatta)
Pakistan (Atta Ul Haq; Noshin Khan)

Europe

WESTERN EUROPE
Germany (Silke Julia Jakob)

NORTHERN EUROPE
Denmark (Charlotte Ringsmose)

SOUTHERN EUROPE
Greece (Konstantina Rentzou)
Cyprus (Konstantina Rentzou)

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