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Education – 25 August 2011 HUMANITARIAN ACTION COMMITTEE MEETING - LIBERIA SECTORAL UPDATE.

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1 Education – 25 August 2011 HUMANITARIAN ACTION COMMITTEE MEETING - LIBERIA SECTORAL UPDATE

2 PROGRESS education sector NIMBA ECD Total Primary Primary primary Liberians Ivorians Grand total Total except camp Camp UNICEF tents erected (20 for ECD/10 for primary education) 83 primary school teachers hired 60 teachers trained 83 school in a box distributed to schools 4822 children received a school bag 46 recreational kits distributed

3 PROGRESS education sector GRAND GEDEH ECD Total Primary Primary primary Liberians Ivorians Grand total Total except camp Camp UNICEF tents erected (14 in camps!) 139 primary school teachers hired 84 teachers trained 125 school in a box distributed to schools 107 ECD kits distributed 5557 children received a UNICEF school bag 146 recreational kits distributed

4 PROGRESS education sector MARYLAND 800 Ivorian children from Little Wlebo camp attending primary school. In Harper City 467 urban refugee children attending primary school 4 gov. school buildings. Registration of students ongoing in Pleebo, Cavalla, Yookudi Teacher testing/selection ongoing in all locations, including Little Wlebo RIVER GEE Education materials/books prepositioned in Fishtown/Tarloken MOE/community mobilized in locations for enrollment of Ivorian children in primary school Partner (VIA) identified to cover Primary, ECD, Youth education

5 CHALLENGES education sector Central: need a MOE guidelines to implement Education and ECD In Nimba border communities urgent need for WASH in school In Grand Gedeh Status of PTP camp school renovation/WASH before relocations In all counties Need to accelerate WASH in school! The youth gap: secondary education/non formal education options FOOD distribution in schools (disrupts education activities) Lack of school feeding affects attendance protection concern

6 WAY FORWARD education sector UNICEF/sector will work on guidelines for implementation of EIE in camps and host communities UNICEF/sector identified partners to reach 4,000 youth in Grand Gedeh/River Gee Request to share relocation plans and food distribution plan with UNICEF via Sayaka Usui and SCUK via Chester Shaba UNICEF advocates for accelerated school construction in all camps SCHOOL FEEDING for REFUGEES attending ECD and PRIMARY in camps and HC Requested from 30 August

7 Partners MOE SC-UK Plan IRC VIA LRRC CESLY IEDA UNICEF UNHCR WFP UNESCO FCA IBIS COHDA CAP EHUD Foundation


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