Education

http://www.uis.unesco.org/Education/Documents/fs-31-out-of-school-children-en.pdf

http://www.uis.unesco.org/Education/Documents/oosci-operational-manual.pdf

Primary education (formal and non formal)

Teacher training;

Vocational and job training;

Multi-disciplinary and holistic education programs  

• Providing School space and a good classroom management

• Planning a sustainable curriculum that suite the community

 

• language development and Speech
• Providing Reading and maths skills
• Understanding the developmental standards of early childhood

LIVE PROJECT

The global number of children and young adolescents out of school is increasing New data from the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) show that the global number of children and young adolescents not enrolled in school is rising at the same time that the international community is setting a new sustainable development goal that includes universal secondary education. According to UIS data for the school year ending in 2013, 124 million children and young adolescents, roughly between the ages of 6 and 15 years, have either never started school or have dropped out, compared to 122 million in 2011

Despite dramatic improvements during the past decade, progress towards achieving universal primary education has stagnated. More than 59 million children of primary school age were out of school in 2013,1 and nearly half of these children will probably never enter a classroom. Children from poor households, rural areas or ethnic minorities, children with disabilities and those who must work to help their families face the greatest risk of being denied their right to education. A third of out-of-school children of primary school age live in West and Central Africa, the region with the largest number of out-of-school children. Eleven million children are out of school in Eastern and Southern Africa and 10 million children in South Asia