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application/pdfELMI Midline evaluation reportThe report on the ELMI midline evaluation produced in December 201421/05/20151MB
application/pdfELMI Midline Summary of FindingsA summary of key findings regarding the ongoing implementation of the Early Learning and Maths Initiative (ELMI). ELMI aims to improve children’s school readiness skills for children aged 3 to 6 years through centre-based and home-based interventions.22/04/2015587KB
application/pdfELMI Midline Summary of Findings Early Literacy and Math Initiative (ELMI) is an innovative project implemented by Save the Children in partnership with VSO through the financial support of the DFID- Innovation for Education fund (IfE). It aims at improving children's school readiness skills for children aged 3 - 6 years through centre based and home based interventions.29/10/2015587KB
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 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/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/pdfExec. Summary of Public Awareness of Early Literacy Baseline29/10/20153MB
application/pdfExecutive Summary for KAP DisseminationExecutive Summary of findings from a baseline survey conducted by Save the Children in Rwanda. The purpose of the survey was to establish the level of awareness in the public about emergent and early literacy. 21/09/20153MB
application/pdfFirst Read 0-­6 Endline Assessment Full ReportIn 2014-2015, Save the Children International Rwanda Piloted First Read, a new programme focusing on developing emergent literacy skills in children aged 0‐6, in three sectors of Rwanda’s Ngororero district This programme was piloted as part of Save the Children International Rwanda Country Programme’s ‘Advancing The Right To Read’ Education Signature Programme06/07/2016517KB
application/pdfFirst Read 0-­6 Endline Assessment SummaryIn 2014-2015, Save the Children piloted FR, an approach focusing on developing emergent literacy skills in children aged 0-6, in Ngororero district. This report is the endline assessment of the programme. 01/07/2016417KB
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