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application/pdfSave the Children’s recent needs assessment in Burundi.We are pleased to share this report from Save the Children’s recent needs assessment in Burundi. Our assessment aimed to capture the scope and scale of the Education and Protection needs among internally displaced, returnee and host communities in Kirundo, Ruyigi and Cankuzo. These three provinces are among those receiving the most returnees, and were highlighted in the 2021 Burundi Humanitarian Needs Overview as presenting the most severe needs. 11/02/20223MB
application/pdfShiriki 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! !13/04/20213MB
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/pdfRCBI Final Evaluation Report29/10/20153MB
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.26/08/20173MB
application/pdfThe Global Girlhood ReportEven before the COVID-19 crisis hit, progress for girls on some issues was under threat. While girls’ health, nutrition and access to education have improved over the last 25 years, even before the pandemic hit, progress to end child marriage and reduce adolescent pregnancy had slowed to a halt. Now, with reports of gender-based violence increasing across the world,1 it is estimated that 9.7 million children may never return to school post‑COVID.2 And with the number of children living in poverty estimated to climb by around 100 million,3 for girls today, gender equality feels further from reach than ever.05/10/20203MB
application/pdfEnjoying Books Together Kinyarwanda versionKinyarwanda version of the Enjoying Books Together at Home pamphlet, which includes fun ways parents and care-givers can help instill a reading culture in children. 22/04/20154MB
application/pdfEnjoying Books TogetherEnjoying Books Together is published 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 ideas about how they can be used in the classroom to improve students’ learning.21/04/20154MB
application/pdfEnjoying Books Together At Home: Ideas for parents and carer"Enjoying Books Together at Home" is a short guide for parents to use when introducing their children to the importance of reading outside of school. It includes suggestions for parents and caregivers of activities they can use to encourage reading at home.16/11/20204MB
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