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Perkins milestones 2025 to 2030

Together with local collaborators, Perkins is planning to expand current deep impact in a few sites to national-level transformation in 18 countries by 2030. Our goal is to rebuild a world that includes the 240 million children with disabilities, everywhere, from the start.

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Perkins knows how to build early child care and education models that all children and families can access. Since 1920, we’ve built local capacity to deliver accessible systems and programs in 96 countries. Now we are shifting from our current deep impact in a few sites to national-level transformation in 18 countries.

The maps below show our plans for growth by 2025 and 2030, that together demonstrate our approach’s relevance in any context. In each country, we go where the children are. We help existing public and community preschools, schools, orphanages, social support services, and hospitals/health centers become local models of global best practices.

Through close local collaboration, we teach/coach how to design and deliver inclusive, child-centered public/community education, health and social services–based on global standards modified to local cultural and legal norms.

Over time, model programs change deep assumptions, creating a ripple effect of inclusion and quality improvement for all children. Together with local collaborators to will create national impact, putting the wellbeing of all children at the center of everything. 

Argentina

By 2025, our impact will grow from 3 sites to 20 model programs in 6 provinces of Argentina.

Argentina Map

Current year: 2022

In 2022, we are developing 3 model programs in 3 provinces: Santa Fe, Cordoba, and Mendoza.

Year 1: 2023

By 2023, we will develop 11 model programs in 4 provinces: Santa Fe, Cordoba, Mendoza, and Neuquen.

Year 2 and 3: 2024 – 2025

By 2025, we will develop 6 more model programs in 6 provinces: Santa Fe, Cordoba, Mendoza, Neuquen, and La Pampa.

Armenia

By 2030, our impact will grow from 10 sites to 28 model programs in 7 provinces of Armenia.

Armenia map

Phase 1: 2022

In 2022, we are developing 10 model programs in 6 provinces: Lori, Shirak, Armavir, Yerevan, Ararat, Syuniq.

Phase 2: 2025

By 2025, we will develop 10 model programs in 5 provinces: Tavush, Lori, Yerevan, Ararat, and Syuniq.

Phase 3: 2030

By 2030, we will develop 8 more model programs in 6 provinces: Tavush, Lori, Shirak, Armavir, Ararat, and Syuniq.

Bhutan

By 2030, our impact will grow from 3 sites to 12 model programs in 7 provinces of Bhutan.

Bhutan Map

Phase 1: 2022

In 2022, we are developing 3 model programs in 1 province: Thimphu.

Phase 2: 2025

By 2025, we will develop 4 model programs in 3 provinces: Punakha, Bumthang, and Mongar.

Phase 3: 2030

By 2030, we will develop 5 more model programs in 4 provinces: Paro, Sarpang, Bumthang, and Trashigang.

Brazil

By 2025, our impact will grow from 3 sites to 16 model programs in 5 states of Brazil.

Brazil Map

Current year: 2022

In 2022, we are developing 3 model programs in 3 states: Amapá, Tocantis, and Sao Pablo.

Year 1: 2023

By 2023, we will develop 8 model programs in 4 states: Amapá, Tocantis, Sao Pablo, and Rio de Janeiro.

Year 2: 2024

By 2024, we will develop 4 model programs in2 states: Paraná and Sao Pablo.

Year 3: 2025

By 2025, we will develop 1 more model program in 1 state: Sao Pablo.

Chile

By 2025, our impact will grow from 3 sites to 18 model programs in 6 cities of Chile.

Chile Map

Current year: 2022

In 2022, we are developing 3 model programs in 2 cities: Santiago and Concepcion.

Year 1: 2023

By 2023, we will develop 8 model programs in 4 cities: Santiago, Concepcion, La Serena and Valparaiso.

Year 2 and 3: 2024- 2025

By 2024 and 2025, we will develop 7 more model programs in 6 cities: Coquimbo, Santiago, Concepcion, La Serena, Valparaiso, and Chillan.

Croatia

By 2030, our impact will grow from 8 sites to 21 model programs in 11 regions of Croatia.

Croatia map

Phase 1: 2022

In 2022, we are developing 8 model programs in 6 regions: Grad Zagreb, Krapina Zagorje, Karlovac, Sibenik Knin, Cakovec, and Split – Dalmatia.

Phase 2: 2025

By 2025, we will develop 5 model programs in 3 regions: Grad Zagreb, Bjelovar-Bilogora, and Split – Dalmatia.

Phase 3: 2030

By 2030, we will develop 8 more model programs in 6 regions: Krapina Zagorje, Split – Dalmatia, Brod – Posavina, Rijeka, Istra, and Virovitica – Podravina.

India

By 2030, our impact will grow from 4 sites to 20 model programs in 2 states of India.

India Map

Current year: 2022

In 2022, we are developing 4 model programs in 1 state: Uttar Pradesh.

Year 1: 2023

By 2023, we will develop 4 model programs in 1 state: Uttar Pradesh.

Year 2: 2024

By 2024, we will develop 6 more model programs in 1 state: Uttar Pradesh.

Year 3: 2025

By 2025, we will develop 6 more model programs in 2 states: Uttar Pradesh, and TBD.

Indonesia

By 2030, our impact will grow from 23 sites to 45 model programs in 13 provinces of Indonesia.

Indonesia Map

Phase 1: 2022

In 2022, we are developing 23 model programs in 9 provinces: Banten, West Java, North Sumatra, East Java, North Sulawesi, DKI Jakarta, Aceh, DI Yogyakarta, and West Sumatra.

Phase 2: 2025

By 2025, we will develop 4 model programs in 4 provinces: Banten, North Sumatra, North Sulawesi, and East Nusa Tenggara.

Phase 3: 2030

By 2030, we will develop 18 more model programs in 10 provinces: Banten, West Java, North Sumatra, East Java, North Sulawesi, Aceh, NTT, South Kalimantan, North Maluku, and Papua.

Israel

By 2030, our impact will grow from 8 sites to 26 model programs in 6 districts of Israel.

Israel map

Phase 1: 2019-2021

By 2021, we developed 8 model programs in 1 district: East and West Jerusalem.

Phase 2: 2022-2025

By 2025, we will develop 8 model programs in 2 districts: Tel Aviv and Central.

Phase 3: 2026-2030

By 2030, we will develop 10 more model programs in 3 districs: Northen, Haifa, and Southern.

Mexico

By 2030, our impact will grow from 3 sites to 71 model programs in 15 states of Mexico.

Mexico map

Phase 1: 2019-2021

By 2021, we developed 3 model programs in 3 states: Morelos, Aguascalientes, and Yucatán.

Phase 2: 2022-2025

By 2025, we will develop 38 model programs in 13 states: Sonora, Nuevo León, Aguascalientes, Querétaro, Mexico City, Campeche, Yucatán, Quintana Roo, Puebla, Morelos, Mexico State, Jalisco, and Guanajuato.

Phase 3: 2026-2030

By 2030, we will develop 30 more model programs in 15 states: Sonora, Nuevo León, San Luis Potosí, Aguascalientes, Querétaro, Mexico City, Campeche, Yucatán, Quintana Roo, Puebla, Morelos, Mexico State, Jalisco, Guanajuato, and Baja California Sur.

Philippines

By 2030, our impact will grow from 4 sites to 60 model programs in 4 provinces of the Philippines

Philippines Map

Phase 1: 2022

In 2022, we are developing 4 model programs in 2 provinces: National Capital Region and Sorsogon.

Phase 2: 2025

By 2025, we will develop 19 model programs in 3 provinces: La Union, Sorsogon, and Cagayan de Oro.

Phase 3: 2030

By 2030, we will develop 37 more model programs in 3 provinces: Sorsogon, Cebu, and Cagayan de Oro.

Serbia

By 2030, our impact will grow from 3 sites to 12 model programs in 5 provinces of Serbia.

Serbia map

Phase 1: 2022

In 2022, we are developing 7 model programs in 3 provinces: North Bačka, South Bačka, and City of Belgrade.

Phase 2: 2025

By 2025, we will develop 3 model programs in 1 province: City of Belgrade.

Phase 3: 2030

By 2030, we will develop 2 more model programs in 2 provinces: Rasina, and Nišava.

 Refugee response in Europe with UNICEF ECARO

By 2030, with UNICEF ECARO, we will model inclusion in the Ukrainian refugee response in 5 new countries in Europe.

Europe Map

Phase 1: 2022

Baseline quality assessments of collaborators; combine with results from UNICEF ECARO-led landscape analysis.

Phase 2: 2025

By 2025, we will develop 15 model programs in 5 new countries in Europe: Bulgaria, Moldova, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia.

Phase 3: 2030

By 2030, we will develop 15 more model programs in 5 countries in Europe: Bulgaria, Moldova, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia.

United States

Map of the United States that shows Perkins' programs has national and regional impact across all states
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