Case Study

Marginalised No More

Street Child’s Marginalised No More project in Nepal supports 7,000 highly marginalised girls to learn basic literacy and numeracy through an accelerated learning programme (ALP) and livelihood support. Before Covid-19, girls participated in weekly workshops that offered access to life skills sessions. During Covid-19, the DTL approach has involved audio assisted sessions and learning in small groups. Community Management Committees (CMC’s) played a vital role in establishing an approach that is effective and sustainable. During Covid-19 1,995 girls were supported through ALP and another 1,852 and DTL with life skills.

Información sobre el recurso

Publicado

Publicado por

UK Girls Education Challenge, Street Child

Tema(s)

Gender
Distance Education
Teaching and Learning
Community Participation

Enfoque geográfico

Nepal