Inclusive and Quality Education

In our inclusive and quality education programme, we are seeking to provide inclusive educational support to children in the most remote and deprived areas, especially children at risk of dropout, out of school, and vulnerable (including children with disabilities).

Fact taken from our Child Rights Situation Analysis 2018

 PROGRAMME GOAL

Primary schools and preschools in the most remote and deprived areas are increasingly inclusive and support quality learning for all children.

 

OBJECTIVES

Increase knowledge and evidence on emergent issues that increase or exacerbate exclusion, for future programming and advocacy.

Pilot new initiatives for IE (including early detection and screening, TLM, reducing barriers to participation for marginalised children, and TPD) and document evidence for decision makers.

Advocate for increased resources for quality inclusive education.

Empower children and families to voice their needs for inclusive education and reduce discrimination and social stigma for children with disabilities.

Preschools in remote areas are strengthened, and evidence of impact documented and presented to decision makers to influence policy.

School management and education systems are improved and strengthenedfor delivery of inclusive quality education.

Increase private sector engagement to improve quality inclusive education.

Improve civil society coordination and joint research and action (advocacy, etc.) on inclusive education.

 

KEY CURRENT DONORS: NORAD, DFAT, SC Korea, IKEA, USAID.

 

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