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Saving Brains Learning Platform Resources

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The Humanitarian Education Accelerator (HEA) released a learning synthesis paper that covers lessons, good practices and recommendations for innovators and funders to support the scaling of humanitarian education innovations



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The Saving Brains Collaborative Learning Space provides Early Childhood Development Innovators with materials, drawn from their own experience, to support program delivery. The Learning Space links you to webinars and workshops and shares tools, processes, and activities through Learning Themes that explore Implementation systems (Measurement for Change & Data for Action), Gender Equality, and Stakeholder Engagement.

The Learning Space also shares community news and builds connections between innovators through the sharing of stories that highlight important milestones on the journey towards achieving sustainable impact at scale.


Measurement for Change Workbook 

The workbook consists of a series of presentations and accompanying scripts that guide a thorough review of the design and implementation of your MEL system. 

Data Preparation and Analysis

The basics of preparing and analyzing the key variables behind your intervention.


Case Brief - Scaling up Quality ECD Centers

This case brief highlights three innovators in Pakistan, India, and Vietnam and follows their experiences developing diverse partnerships to maintain and continuously improve quality at scale.

Featured Stories

The collection of narratives highlight the key turning points, the major challenges to be overcome, as well as celebrating the Silver Linings, the answers that emerged even through our failures.


Do you need a resource translated into another language?

Whether or not a resource is hosted by Saving Brains, it can easily (though sometimes imperfectly) be translated into any language through the helpful solutions provided by Google Translate. Below are a couple of methods our team has found useful when it comes to translating different documents.

  • Webpage: Go to and select the language you would like the website translated to. Then, copy the URL of the website you would like translated and paste it into the left-hand box. Click on the URL that appears on the right-hand box - this is the translated page!

  • Google Docs document: Google Docs has an internal translation function. Click here to visit this page from Google with instructions on how to enable this setting. However, this service has a limit of 15 pages, or approximately 6,000 words. 

  • Other documents (PDF, PPT, XLS, DOC): Google Translate translates uploaded documents, but it doesn't keep the original formatting. If you would like to keep your file's original formatting, OnlineDocTranslator is a useful free service that uses Google Translate technology to translate documents while keeping (most) of the formatting intact!

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 Transition to Scale Workshop in Leiden, Netherlands, 2022 

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