Working to help those most excluded from education
Curriculum, Exams and School Systems
Working on curriculum, exams and the entire system of education in partnership with local communities, helps put the control of education in communities’ hands and is essential to moving towards recovery, peace and prosperity.
Preparing students through training and experience in high-demand subject areas so they can successfully transition to higher education, future careers and entrepreneurship.
School Mothers & Girl-Friendly Schools
Providing girls with girl-friendly school environment and community-based mentors and advocates who support and encourage them are central to increased the number of girls attending and staying in school.
Libraries and Literacy
Mobile and lending libraries help spread books among the community. These libraries have become both learning centres and social centres for many neighbourhoods.
Accelerated Secondary School Education
Offering condensed secondary school education to women helps them return to school and achieve the education and quality of life they would otherwise miss out on.
Peacebuilding Through Education
Quality education creates opportunities for discussion and dialogue in classrooms and schools, which helps communities to confront and address the challenges and conflicts around them.
Mother Tongue Education
It’s been proven that learning in your mother tongue at a young age better prepares you for success in school and will even assist you in gaining fluency in another language.
Having teachers that move with pastoralist communities ensures that education is available for these communities and fits with their way of life.
Radios are a low-cost, low-profile way to provide lessons. Pre-recorded lessons and classes can be held in any location that is convenient which makes them perfect to run even in unstable areas.
A good teacher is essential for quality education and helping teachers to improve their skills benefits whole generations of students.
Recovering from Street Life
After living on the street, many children find returning to school a struggle. But with ongoing support it’s possible for them to reclaim their childhood.
Disability is not inability, but rather a unique set of challenges learners face that can be overcome with the right support.