Education In Emergencies

Providing access to education during crisis and conflict disruptions

Learners retained in school

Children benefitted from the school feeding program.

Learners accessing psychosocial therapy

Gender, age and disability friendly latrines established.

Education In Emergencies

Access to education is a fundamental human right that should be available to all individuals, including those affected by conflict and other crises.

Unfortunately, in emergency situations, access to education is often disrupted, preventing learners from experiencing the transformative effects of safe, inclusive, and quality education.

At NAPAD, we recognize the barriers to education faced by children who are at risk of exploitation, early child marriage, child labour, and those from low-income households in Kenya and Somalia.

To address these challenges, we implement a range of interventions, including but not limited to: school feeding programs, providing monthly teacher incentives, distributing teaching and learning materials, capacity development for education stakeholders, interventions for child protection and child rights, child safeguarding initiatives, development of learning infrastructures such as safe learning spaces, promotion of inclusive education, initiatives to increase access to WASH in schools such as the construction of gender-sensitive latrines and handwashing facilities, and learner-centered psychosocial support.

Learner Centered Psychosocial Support – Nadifo Primary School, Somalia

Improved access to Inclusive Education for girls

Learner Centered GBV dialogues

Improved access to Inclusive Education for girls scaled

Provision of learning materials.

NAPAD School feeding programme.

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