Ensuring access to quality education for the whole community
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The aim of the project
The project will improve access to quality formal and non-formal education for communities in 15 rural and isolated schools in the departments of Grand'Anse, Nippes and Sud - three provinces particularly hard hit by the earthquake of 14 August 2021. It also aims to provide suitable teaching conditions adapted to the needs of the communities. Finally, the project aims to turn the public school into an educational resource centre for community social development.
What we did
- 3,452 children and 3,224 parents assisted and supported in emergency situations
- 15 psychosocial support camps set up
- 4 schools rebuilt or refurbished
- 11 school building or refurbishment projects underway
- 2 Creole gardens developed
- 15 supervisors and 150 facilitators trained to provide psychosocial support in crisis situations
- 15 enlarged school councils, 189 members, including 42 % women
- 107 members of Extended School Councils trained in their roles and responsibilities
- 25 local coordinators recruited and trained
- 107 committee members and 25 facilitators trained in the Change Oriented Approach.
children and 3224 parents accompanied
committee members and 25 facilitators trained in the Change Oriented Approach approach
psychosocial support camps set up
school building or refurbishment projects underway
Electriciens sans frontières. French Development Agency (AFD) .Solidarité Laique
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