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application/pdf388,857 Children directly reached through our services-2016 In 2016, we directly reached a total number of 388,857 children in Rwanda with our different interventions that focused on child protection, education, health, nutrition, child rights and governance not forgetting emergencies. This is because we aim to delivering lasting results to transform children’s lives and the future we all share. Our Rwanda Programme summery report for the year 2016 highlights key achievements and our work for children in Rwanda.10/07/20173MB
application/pdf388,857 Children directly reached through our services-2016 In 2016, we directly reached a total number of 388,857 children in Rwanda with our different interventions that focused on child protection, education, health, nutrition, child rights and governance not forgetting emergencies. This is because we aim to delivering lasting results to transform children’s lives and the future we all share. Our Rwanda Programme summery report for the year 2016 highlights key achievements and our work for children in Rwanda.10/07/20173MB
application/pdfTwo years on - our response to the Burundi Refugee CrisisOver 43,000 refugees of which more than 24,000 are children have been reached with Save the Children International (SCI) interventions in Mahama refugee camp over the past 2 years. Our interventions include: community services, child protection, health and nutrition, livelihoods and education for out of school children and youth. We currently support more than 24000 Burundian refugee children. 10/07/20171MB
application/pdf428,278 children directly benefited from our services-2015In 2015, we directly reached a total number of 428,278 children in Rwanda with our different interventions that focused on child protection, education, health, nutrition, child rights and governance not forgetting emergencies. This is because we aim to delivering lasting results to transform children’s lives and the future we all share. Our Rwanda Programme summery report for the year 2015 highlights key achievements and our work for children in Rwanda.21/10/20162MB
application/pdfLiteracy Boost in Rwanda: Endline Report SummaryThis summary document reports the results of a mixed-methods study evaluating the impact of assignment either to Teacher Training or to Literacy Boost as compared with assignment to a Control group on children’s learning outcomes. The report uses advanced statistical methods to isolate the effect of TT and LB on learning outcomes and qualitative methods to explore the impact in greater depth. The report concludes with a general discussion of findings and recommendation for action and future research.16/09/20163MB
application/pdfLiteracy Boost in Rwanda: Endline ReportThis document reports the results of a mixed-methods study evaluating the impact of assignment either to Teacher Training or to Literacy Boost as compared with assignment to a Control group on children’s learning outcomes. The report uses advanced statistical methods to isolate the effect of TT and LB on learning outcomes and qualitative methods to explore the impact in greater depth. The report concludes with a general discussion of findings and recommendation for action and future research.13/09/20166MB
application/pdfLiteracy Boost in Rwanda: Endline Report Annex ToolkitToolkit for the Endline Report for Literacy Boost in Rwanda18/08/20164MB
application/pdfAccountability for Children's Rights Programme BriefChild Rights Governance is about the state’s responsiveness in implementing the standards of the convention, including the effectiveness in delivering and coordinating essential services and support that children need. This EU-Funded Accountability for Children's Rights Programme Brief combines Child Rights Monitoring with Investment for Children. 27/07/20161MB
application/pdfInvestment in Children Programme BriefIn 2013, Save the Children began implementing Child Rights Governance (CRG) activities in Rwanda. A CRG preliminary analysis highlighted that while policies and strategic plans for children were in place, their implementation was impeded by limited budgetary allocations. Hence the need for a comprehensive public finance analysis to determine exact budget allocations and assess Rwanda’s Investment in Children (IiC) footprint. An in-depth IiC analysis was commissioned in order to gather evidence on progress, challenges and opportunities for Save the Children to improve IiC in Rwanda.27/07/20161MB
application/pdfFirst Steps Holistic Parenting Education Baseline ReportFirst Steps (Intera za Mbere) is a nationally-scalable approach to promoting healthy early childhood development by offering holistic parenting education to parents of 0-3 year olds in Rwanda.06/07/2016928KB
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