City hall embraces early childhood development: reaching an underserved population in Tel Aviv, 2016-2019

In 2016, the government of Tel Aviv began to respond to mounting pressure from parents of young children to tackle a crisis of affordable childcare in the city. By 2019, early chldhood development had become a priority across the city government.

Based on interviews conducted in May 2019, this case study explores why and how young children rose up the municipal agenda.

We have commissioned an ongoing series of case studies on our partnerships exploring ways to take services for babies, toddlers and caregivers to scale.

Our case studies with Princeton University look at implementing Urban95 from a municipal leadership perspective in various cities around the world.

Browse all Management case studies here.