application/pdfELMI Midline evaluation reportThe report on the ELMI midline evaluation produced in December 201421/05/20151MB
application/pdfRCBI Book CatalogueDetailed information on availability of well written and illustrated Kinyarwanda children's books, pricing and publisher(s). 27/04/20151MB
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/pdfTeacher Guide, Kinyarwanda versionThe Teacher Guide, English Kinyarwanda, used to train teachers on learner-centred methodologies of teaching literacy05/11/20141MB
application/pdfEnjoying Books Together in the Classroom A detailed guide produced by the Rwandan Children’s Book Initiative, a project of Save the Children. The aim of the guide is to introduce Rwandan teachers to the importance of written material and books and to share some ideas for how they can be used in the classroom to improve student’s learning.22/04/20151MB
application/pdfTeacher Guide, English versionTeacher Guide, English version, used to train teachers on learner-centred methods to teach literacy05/11/20141MB
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/pdfEarly Literacy KAP Survey29/10/20151MB
application/pdfRwanda Country Office Strategic Plan_ 2019-2021During the 2019-2021 Strategic period Save the Children in Rwanda wishes continue to be on the forefront of policy and programming development for Early Childhood Development and ensure all children have the resources they need to develop foundational literacy and numeracy skills. In partnership with other strong health actors, Save the Children will focus on the continuum of care from maternal health. Finally, Save the Children wishes to continue to advocate for a world that is free from violence against children. At Save the Children, we believe that access to a decent family livelihood and livelihoods opportunities and opportunities for children to exercise their voices are foundational to any change that we would achieve.13/03/20191MB
application/pdfLiteracy Boost - Reading Assessment BaselineLiteracy Boost - Reading Assessment Baseline.29/09/20141MB
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