Case Study

Building Girls to Live, Learn, Laugh and ‘SCHIP’ in Strong, Creative, Holistic, Inclusive, Protective, Quality Education

The project supports 9,890 girls and young women. Before Covid-19, project activities included mother daughter clubs, creative learning centres for out-of-school girls, teacher training in literacy/ numeracy/inclusion, placement of assistant teacher in mainstream schools, vocational skills training for transitioning girls, school management training, positive parenting and income generating activities. During Covid-19, activities have included production of radio TV lessons, distribution of home study materials, virtual teacher training and providing psycho-social support to learners and teachers.

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Viva, CRANE, UK Girls' Education Challenge

Thème(s)

Gender
Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Community Participation

Zone géographique d'intérêt

Uganda