PROGRESS education sector NIMBA In Bahn Camp and 16 HC sector partners are currently reaching 6806 children with primary school services. Only 2,415 of them are Ivorian. Rapid Joint EDU/CP Assessment completed in Butuo, Loguato, Ghborplay axis (1,2 June) – 11 locations (+ 14 by SCUK) GRANDGEDEH 8686 Children (4749 Ref) reached with primary school services and supplies distribution 1174 Children (524 Ref) reached with Early Childhood Education MARYLAND 205 Ivorian children from Little Wlebo camp attend classes in Government school and recreation activities. In Harper City 5 schools were identified (29 classrooms) for double shift. Ongoing information campaign/radio for school enrollment for 700 urban refugees to be enrolled by 6 June.
CHALLENGES education sector School Feeding Program does not target Ivorian students in host communities low attendance/child labor Some qualified Ivorian Teachers returned to IC Ongoing relocations in Maryland and GrandGedeh population is fluid Accelerated Learning Program/Catch up classes for Ivorians need to be planned and HARMONIZED Gaps in addressing the education needs of Youth WASH in schools Road accessibility in Nimba (Beatuo-Old Yourpea)
WAY FORWARD education sector Advocacy for provision of school feeding to refugee students in HC Recruitment and training of non-qualified teachers Joint Rapid Needs assessments in GG/Maryland border Provision of formal education in GG transit camp agreed with UNHCR Know how exchange within sector on ALP implementation (MOE) UNESCO involvement in the sector to support partners who intend to provide formal secondary/tertiary education to refugees WASH assessment in all schools targeted (completed in July) Advocacy for improvement of roads 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)