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/pdfRadio: A Low-Tech Solution to Deliver Integrated Nurturing CThis brief profiles how MOMENTUM adapted and scaled up an evidence-based Rwandan radio program on nurturing care called "First Steps Intera za Mbere." The program adapted to COVID-19 restrictions to respond to the urgent need created to reach caregivers with vital health information and prevention measures while also expanding the program's reach across the country. "First Steps Intera za Mbere" supports caregivers to provide nurturing care, support child development, improve learning outcomes, and increase emergent literacy promotion for children ages zero to three years old through group sessions and radio programming.27/07/20211MB
application/pdfLiteracy Boost - Reading Assessment BaselineLiteracy Boost - Reading Assessment Baseline.29/09/20141MB
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/pdfChild Protection - Liliane: Case StudyChild Protection - Liliane: Case Study20/12/20131MB
application/pdfAdvancing the Right to Read in Rwanda Programme ReviewIn 2013, Save the Children, in partnership with Umuhuza, launched its Education Signature Programme in Rwanda, Advancing the Right to Read, to help address fundamental learning challenges in Rwanda by providing a continuum of holistic interventions for children from birth through early primary school. Advancing the Right to Read supports emergent and early-grade literacy skills development through teacher training, family support for learning from the earliest years, strengthening school and community leadership, and supporting the local publishing industry to increase availability and access to high quality Kinyarwanda age appropriate children’s books.01/07/20161MB
application/pdfProviding refugee children the education they were promisedDid you know that world’s 3.5 million out of school refugee children have lost out on more than 700 million school days since last year? And the number grows by 1.9 million every day. That’s a lot of lost learning. Check out the full Report:22/09/20171MB
application/pdfIYCF-E Capacity Mapping Tool Version 1. 0,We are glad to share with you all, a fantastic IYCF-E Capacity Mapping Tool Version 1. 0, that was developed by UNICEF and Save the Children East Southern Africa Regional Office.The tool is universal, so it can be used and recommended in all contexts. It has been used already in several contexts, in ESAR and Latin America regions for example. It s a first version, but solid at this stage. As stated, this is a version 1.0, and hopefully in 6 months or so, we will try to collect experiences, feedback, inputs, so that we could look at a version 1.1 in 2021. 06/05/20202MB
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