Updated May 21, 2019 06:51:17 The logo for the South Korean government’s Child Education and Care Program (CECP) was redesigned in an attempt to increase awareness of its work.
The logo is now a bright green circle, which has been redesigned in a way that will highlight the work of the Child Education Program.
The name of the program is the South Korea Child Education Bureau.
The new logo features an image of a child in the background, with the text “Child Education” and “Childcare” in a font of green.
“The logo is a good first step to enhance the public awareness about the CECP, and it is also a good reminder that the CEP is still ongoing,” said Lee Jong-yun, the Cecp’s executive director.
The CECp was launched in the early 2000s and aims to provide primary and secondary school students with child care and learning facilities.
The program has been a mainstay of the countrys education system since it was first created in the 1970s.
The center is responsible for providing child care for the entire countrys population, which includes more than half of the nation’s schoolchildren.
Lee said the new logo was the result of extensive discussions with the Cancun-based agency that manages the program.
It was decided to include a green circle on the logo because the green color represents the Cepp’s focus on helping children in need.
The design is an effort to give children a clearer idea of the CECAP’s work, which involves a variety of activities that promote child health, well-being and educational achievement, said Lee.
The change in the logo comes in response to growing public awareness of the work CECPs work, as well as a growing number of child care centers in South Korean cities.
Lee added that the new design was also aimed at promoting the Cefp’s work to children in their homes, especially when they are in elementary school.
“As we strive to become a global leader in child care, it is important to create a symbol that makes children feel that they can be a part of this,” he said.