PROGRESS education sector NIMBA In Bahn Camp and 16 HC sector partners are currently reaching all 2,639 refugees with primary school services/recreational activities and 845 with ECD services. New school construction complex completed in Bahn camp. 22 teachers identified for training. GRAND GEDEH 5,600 refugees reached with primary school services /supplies. 1,200 Children reached with ECD services. MARYLAND 280 Ivorian children from Little Wlebo camp attending classes in Government school next to camp. In Harper City, 6 schools hosting 900 urban refugee children. VIA now in Maryland distribution of textbooks/education supplies on-going.
CHALLENGES education sector New government policy awaited influnces strategies Shortage of qualified teacheers low quality of teaching/learning Drop in attendance figures /irregular attendance in ECD centers/ primary schools in some host communities Population still fluid in all counties adaptation by IPs Road accessibility affecting effective programming /delivery of supplies
WAY FORWARD education sector Identification/training of teachers /refresher training Use results of Joint Rapid Needs assessments/partners assessments for EHAP evidence based programming Use updated UNHCR figures and new government policy for programming UNICEF to move supplies from warehouses accelerate supply distribution Continued advocacy on road accessibility/maintenance Sensitization Day on The protective role of Education in Emergencies MOE/Edu-Cp sectors 8 June, Monrovia EIE training 14 June, in Grand Gedeh (Zwedru) Formal and Non-formal education at Border in Nimba NON FORMAL EDUCATION TASK FORCE – MAPPING/HARMONIZATION (work in progress)
Partners MOE Save the Children UK Plan International Rescue Committee Visions in Action LRRC UNICEF UNHCR WFP UNESCO Finnish Church AID IBIS COHDA CAP EHUD Foundation