The cumulative impact of war, displacement, and a lack of teaching staff is visible in the assessments conducted by MWL in camps. This project is part of back to learning campaign through securing safe learning spaces with equipment, and providing school bags, stationery for two seasons, fuel, heaters, for 1000 of children in NW camps aligned with transportation for children with disabilities. The project aimed to provide comprehensive intervention including classes in literacy and numeracy.
In Northern Syrian, ongoing conflict has seen an increase in the drop-out children since total of 2.45 million children were out of school, a further 1.3 million children are at risk of dropping out. The dropped-out children especially in camps are facing elevated risks related to child marriage and child labor including in its worst forms such as recruitment, begging, kidnapping, and harassment. The camps lack adequate &safe educational space with shortage of learning and no heating materials
The most vulnerable children in camps get the chance to catch up on years of missed schooling through establishment temporary learning spaces with external insulation rehabilitation around tents and learning materials such desks, whiteboards, and tables. Also, the project will provide learning materials and teaching kits for students and teachers aligned with securing the stoves and heating materials for winter. The project with secure transportation for children with disabilities.
Thousands of children of IDPs will become literate and enroll into education. These displaced teachers will gain back missed years of education and have more opportunity in life which will enable them to live better lives. Some will mainstream into formal schools at age-appropriate grade levels in cooperation with the education directorate. The planned outcome is to decrease the begging, abuse, exploitation among children and the recruitment numbers of the children.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).