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2014

Piloting Child Friendly Schools with School Health and School Nutrition services to improve access to quality education in Kurdistan Region

Irak

Titre : Piloting Child Friendly Schools with School Health and School Nutrition services to improve access to quality education in Kurdistan Region

Pays /Région : Iraq

Localisation : Iraq, Kurdistan Region

Code projet : P1-ED-01 Child Friendly School

Durée : 12 months Start Date : (dd.mm.yyyy) : 1 Sep 2014 End Date ) : 31 Aug 2015

Présentation
The Child-Friendly School (CFS) model is a signature UNICEF approach to promote quality education for every child. Child-Friendly Schools provide a comprehensive quality framework for school policies, teaching, facilities and community involvement in support of children’s rights to health, protection and development to their fullest potential. The CFS framework encompasses child-seeking, child-centred, gender-sensitive, inclusive, community-involved, environmentally friendly, protective and healthy approaches to schooling and out-of-school education worldwide. UNICEF Child-Friendly Schools have become the gateway through which a network of international and national partners and supporting governments in more than 90 low and middle-income countries are promoting quality education for all children, in everyday situations as well as in emergencies.

This Joint Programme will contribute to the achievement of the identified goals by piloting a decentralized school based management model with an overarching strategy of Child Friendly Schools in 30 schools of Dohuk, Suleimaniyah and Erbil Governorate.

UNICEF, WFP, WHO, and UNFPA will jointly pool their technical expertise and resources to develop a viable service delivery model using the government of KRGs existing institutions to ensure that these schools are well managed, provide quality education and receive health and nutrition services at the school level especially in the rural areas.

The Joint Programme activities will include training of teachers in child centred teaching and learning methodologies ; give them skills to provide psychosocial support to children, gender and human rights awareness and life skills and adolescents friendly health services within the framework of child friendly schools. The community will be mobilized to participate in the running of the school through activation or formation of PTAs. There will also be health promotion and health screening of children and nutritional needs of all children will be met by the school system.

Agences Nations Unies : UNICEF, WFP, WHO, UNFPA & ILO.

Partenaires Nationaux : Kurdistan Region Government (KRG) Ministry of Education (MoE), Directorate of Education (DoE)s, MoLSA, MoCY & MoH.

Financement  : KR-I Vision 2020 Facility Contribution : US$ 640,000 UN Agency Contribution • by Agency (if applicable) US$ 850,000

Budget : US$ 1,490,000

United Nations Development Group

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