• Main organizer of the 1st International Biennial Conference on Early Childhood Care and Education (2017)
  • Designated as ‘Best Practice Hub’ by the International Bureau of Education – UNESCO in February 2017.
  • Hosted a song competition for early childhood children on the 2018 National Theme: ‘Sesel, mon pei beni’.
  • Launched a Directory for Island and Mahe-based registered Childminders.
  • Launched two Big Books to promote early literacy and interaction within Chilmdinding establishments
  • Launched a Mid-Morning Snacks Booklet to provide parents with healthy and nutritious alternatives for children’s snacks
  • Developer and guardian of the National Action Plan for Early Childhood Care and Education, a biennial publication.
  • Established IECD  as a statutory body (IECD Act, 2014) and recruitment of staff Coordinate, develop and launch the National Plans 2013– 2014 and 2015-2016 on ECCE
  • Carry out nation-wide Childminding Study, results endorsed by Cabinet and recommendations are being implemented
  • Convene the 2nd and 3rd biennial national conferences on ECCE (2013 and 2015)
  • Develop Framework for the Registration, Operationalisation and Management of Childminding Services
  • Draft IECD Childminding Regulations (2016)
  • Launch the Institute’s Newsletter ‘Children 1st’
  • Set up documentation facility with literature, referenced books, documents and information on ECCE. ‘A one-stop shop’ for early childhood professionals, practitioners, caregivers, members of the public and notably prospective ECCE students
  • Launch two publications which feature a collection of young childhood aspirations for Seychelles 2020 and poems on the national theme – ‘ I Love Seychelles’
  • Develop in collaboration with ECCE Sectors the first Seychelles ECCE Terminology Directory
  • Conduct pre-registration sensitization training for over 100 Childminders on Mahe, Praslin and La Digue
  • Conduct a national survey on Understanding of ECCE Issues