The aim of this project is to provide lifesaving education in emergency and youth-focused life skills vocational training and school feeding program for a total of 3,350 children, that is 1650 displaced children and 1700 children from the host community of both (girls and boys) and 125 adult (60 Teachers and 65 PTAs (men and women) in Upper Nile State. The project will provide training and services in life skills, PSS and child protection in schools, and also provide youth-focused PSS and Life
The continue aggression and attacks on the civilian positions in the country in particular by the warring parties has left a trail of destruction. IDPs and the host Communities in these areas affected by conflict have no capacity to respond to the increasing frequency of shocks associated with armed conflict in the area. The vulnerability of population exposed to conflict is multidimensional for the communities which has limited access to basic services, such as health, water and education.
This project is to increase access to protective education by providing PSS, lifesaving messages, child protection and youth-focused life skills training to protect and uphold the rights of children and youth to education in situations of conflict and emergencies, with particular emphasis on marginalized groups including internally displaced population, girl child and youth with disabilities and provide school based feeding program to improve and encourage girl child education in the community.
Enhanced Protected learning environment for conflict-affected children and young people and their psycho-social recovery and cognitive development are strengthened through Education in Emergency, inclusive of basic education, vocational training and life skills.