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application/pdfChild Protection - Filbert and Beltin: Case StudyFilbert and Beltin - Child Protection20/12/201317MB
application/pdfSTOP THE WAR ON CHILDREN: GENDER MATTERS REPORTWars and conflicts are intensifying and becoming increasingly dangerous for children. Whilst fewer children are living in conflict-affected areas, those who do face the greatest risk of falling victim to serious violence since systematic records began. This report, focuses on how conflict affects girls and boys differently, sets out the basis for an international plan of action to protect children in conflict, and the ways humanitarian actors can improve their responses to be more sensitive to both age and gender.13/02/20208MB
application/pdfActivity Cards- helping Young Children with DisabilitiesA tool kit with activities that parents and front line workers can use to support children who have developmental delays and disabilities. Save the Children developed for USAID funded MCSP Zika Response in the Caribbeans 2 years ago but the activities are applicable for developmental delays and disabilities caused by other factors. The activities are simple and can be done using materials found in the home. They are largely our adaptation of early stimulation activities for children with disability and delay but they also apply for older children whose developmental age is 6 and below even though they may be older in chronological age. It is a free resource and can be adapted and used as as appropriate for the Rwandan context 27/05/20208MB
application/pdfRwanda Country Office Annual Report for 2017In 2017, we directly reached a total number of reached 395,079 children and 127,633 adults 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 report for the year 2017 highlights key achievements and our work for children in Rwanda with the current coverage in 30 districts of Rwanda.11/06/20187MB
application/pdfFirst Steps Qualitative Report-RwandaQualitative Evaluation of Save the Children's First Steps Program in Rwanda26/08/20177MB
application/pdfViews of children on Child Rights situation on COVID-19 lockThe objective of the mapping exercise was to collect children’s views on how COVID-19 is affecting their rights in their respective families and communities during the lockdown period to inform the organizations’ priorities and actions. Geographical coverage: Children participated in this exercise, are from 5 districts of Rwanda mainly Rutsiro, Kirehe, Nyarugenge, Ruhango and Burera19/05/20206MB
application/pdfViews of children on Child Rights situation on COVID-19 lockThe objective of the mapping exercise was to collect children’s views on how COVID-19 is affecting their rights in their respective families and communities during the lockdown period to inform the organizations’ priorities and actions. Geographical coverage: Children participated in this exercise, are from 5 districts of Rwanda mainly Rutsiro, Kirehe, Nyarugenge, Ruhango and Burera19/05/20206MB
application/pdfLiteracy Boost in Rwanda: Endline ReportThis 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.13/09/20166MB
application/pdfLiteracy Boost in Rwanda: Endline Report Annex ToolkitToolkit for the Endline Report for Literacy Boost in Rwanda18/08/20164MB
application/pdfPrimary Position PaperA Policy Advocacy Position Paper making a case for the incorporation into the Kinyarwanda Primary curriculum of enhanced teaching methods to encourage reading.22/04/20154MB
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