|Rwanda and Burundi Country Office Newsletter, November 2023||On September 8th, 2023, in partnership with the Ministry of Education, Save the Children launched a Zero-Out-of-School Children project under the fund of the Global Education Above All (EAA) Foundation.
Zero-Out-of-School Children project will be implemented in all districts across Rwanda, and it aims at providing quality primary education to all remaining out-of-school children (OOSC) in Rwanda. The newly launched joint project will engage and empower communities as advocates and supporters. Data will be collected and methods enhanced to find and identify children who are out of school, including in remote areas of Rwanda.
|Shiriki Newsletter Highlight from ESARO- Rwanda ||This issue of Shiriki News looks into Save the Children’s work in Rwanda, our programme approach and the COVID-19 response highlights. Enjoy the read!
|Teacher Development Position Paper||Advocacy paper highlighting the need for a permanent system of continuing professional development (CPD) for teachers, in order to achieve improvements in areas such as literacy instruction.||22/04/2015||621KB|
|Primary Position Paper||A Policy Advocacy Position Paper making a case for the incorporation into the Kinyarwanda Primary curriculum of enhanced teaching methods to encourage reading.||22/04/2015||4MB|
|Pre-Primary Position Paper||Position Paper highlighting Emergent Literacy is one of the most important foundational abilities children must develop before beginning primary school. Also forwards suggestions as to what the Pre-Primary curriculum should be predominantly composed of. ||22/04/2015||1MB|
|Parenting Education Literacy Position Paper||Kinyarwanda version of Parenting Education Literacy Position Paper.||22/04/2015||537KB|
|Parenting Education Literacy Position Paper||Position Paper indicating that parents need guidance on how to support children’s physical, emotional, social, and cognitive development, and also touches on the significance of cognitive development and emergent literacy as among the most important foundations for later school and life achievements. ||22/04/2015||770KB|