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ecce

(ˈɛkeɪ; ˈɛtʃɪ)
vb (tr)
to look at
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Over the past three years Save the Children's ECCE program has been working strenuously in developing a working model for ECCE which has now being institutionalized by the government.
The sample block and ECCE centers were selected randomly.
With one of the world's largest populations, Africa does offer excellent prospects for ECCE, Toy, Baby & infant products, Stationery and Book markets.
ECCE in Kenya rapidly expanded; by 1970, the increasing participation of Kenyan women in the labor force, the growing number of female-headed households (Adams & Mburugu, 1994), and changing family structures and child-rearing practices created new demands for external support.
Cimetrix developed ECCE in cooperation with the International SEMATECH Manufacturing Initiative (ISMI).
Robin Fleming, divisional manager of Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise, said: "This is a first for the Lothians in terms of bringing together the four local councils, LEEL and the ECCE in such a major project.
He added: "To avail of the ECCE Scheme in January 2010, children must have been born between February 2, 2005, and June 30, 2006.
Through its partnership with the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), WISeKey's sister company ECCE, is providing e-commerce solutions based on the mass usage of certificates by Internet users; using digital certificates for authorised access to intranets and restricted web based sites.
In this regard, this inception meeting was held (1) to assess existing policies and practices that have already been conducted to implement this instruction; and (2) to identify what should be contained in a guideline that we would be able to develop for teachers and school personnel to create a safe, nurturing and stimulating environment for formal/non-formal ECCE students.