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Nestopolis: An Unforgettable Festival
The Adventures of Zuri is an initiative of Plan International to provide support to children and adolescents as well as to the adults who care for them during the COVID-19 pandemic. The project contemplates the dissemination of stories adapted for all audiences, prioritizing the thematic areas of gender protection, education, social integration, water, sanitation and hygiene
Nidópolis: Un Festival Inolvidable
“Las Aventuras de Zuri” es una iniciativa de Plan International con el fin de brindar apoyo a las niñas, niños y adolescentes, así como a personas adultas que les cuidan durante la pandemia del COVID-19. ¡La guía trata de forma transversal temas de generó, protección y WASH!
Learning Village interactive audio instruction (IAI) series is a full-year, curriculum-based program for South Sudanese primary grades 1-4 that covers all primary subjects (for use in formal schools or in community schools where no formal schools exist).
Playbook for the Development of Self-Instructional Material for Home-based learning during school closures in Afghanistan [Draft]
Arts education in emergency humanitarian aid: educational issues with young people living in camps in conflict areas in the Middle East
In response to the many social and educational challenges and theoretical gaps, our presentation aims to contextualize the scope of arts education activities for education in emergencies, and to present some results related to the well-being of our field experiences in a participatory action research.
Tapping the Potential of Displaced Youth: Guidance for Nonformal Education and Livelihoods Development Policy and Practice
This report synthesizes findings and recommendations from a multi-year (2008–2011), multi-country research and advocacy project, the Displaced Youth Initiative.
Creating Learning Materials for Open and Distance Learning: A Handbook for Authors and Instructional Designers
This handbook has been written for anyone who plans and writes learning materials for use in open and distance learning (ODL). Anyone who is interested in producing better ODL materials will find something of value in this handbook, but the three main target audiences are: teachers, instructional designers, and writers.