|Literacy Boost - Teacher Practices Baseline||Literacy Boost - Teacher Practices Baseline.||29/09/2014||2MB|
|RCBI - Policy and Practice||Rwanda Children's Book Initiative - Policy and Practice||29/09/2014||2MB|
|Male Engagement in ECD Save the Children Rwanda Report ||In recognition of the potential for fathers and other male caregivers to positively contribute, Save the Children Rwanda, in collaboration with the National Early Childhood Development Programme (NECDP),1 has commissioned this Rwanda-specific assessment to document factors, attitudes and behaviours inhibiting male engagement in early childhood development (ECD). The assessment aims to study both rural and urban settings to formulate recommendations for future integrated ECD programming, helping the Government of Rwanda, Save the Children and other ECD actors to develop programmes that better address certain potentially harmful social norms related to male involvement. The research sets out to produce tangible findings to inform actionable recommendations to promote male engagement in ECD – both through community-based services as well as within the household.||15/04/2021||2MB|
|Humanitarian Work - Jolie and Uwase Case Study||Jolie and Uwase Case Study||20/12/2013||2MB|
|Increasing funding for Supplementary Materials within the Ca|| In order for Rwandan pre-primary and lower primary pupils to learn how to read and develop a reading culture, they need a variety of age-appropriate books. Text books alone are not enough. ||29/10/2015||2MB|
|Supplementary Materials Approval Committee||Rwandan Primary and lower primary pupils to learn to read and develop a reading culture, they need access to a variety of age-appropriate book. text books alone are not enough||23/10/2015||2MB|
|Supplementary Materials Approval Committee||Establishing a Supplementary Materials Approval Committee ||29/10/2015||2MB|
|Pan-Africa Polcy Paper: COVID-19 Impact on African Children||The comprehensive report underlines that although children do not represent a high-risk group for direct COVID-19 fatality, the pandemic posts a far-reaching secondary impact that heightens risks to the rights and wellbeing of children in Africa.
With the rapid spread of COVID-19, this pandemic is overburdening the under-resourced African health systems and disrupting routine health services, jeopardising Africa children’s access to formal learning, health and safety/protection, especially girls and this is unfolding in Africa against a backdrop of worrying hunger levels driven by climate shocks, conflict and economic challenges.
|Endline Evaluation of Advanced School Readiness Project||School readiness is the foundation of equity and quality education. It is gaining global support as a viable means to help young children reach their full developmental potential and engage in lifelong learning.
|RCBI Endline Report ||Endline report measuring progress registered towards the stated outcomes of the Rwandan’s Children Book Initiative (RCBI), a project aimed at supporting publishers to produce high quality, age appropriate, Kinyarwanda children’s books and to distribute these books to schools. ||26/05/2015||2MB|