Resilient Learners, Teachers and Education Systems in South Sudan and Uganda

Resilient Learners, Teachers and Education Systems in South Sudan and Uganda

Overall Objective: Contribute to improved access and completion of safe quality education for learners in fragile and crisis-affected environments

 

Specific Objectives:

  • Improved resilience of learners and teachers
  • Improved resilience of education systems

Expected Results:

  • Improved resilience of learners and teachers
    • Learners have improved social, cognitive and emotional learning outcomes
    • Safer and better quality teaching and learning in formal and alternative educational systems (teacher pedagogical skills, teachers feel safe, students feel safe, students see increased quality education).
  • Improved resilience of education systems
    • Improved school management and quality data collection and management
    • Policies and programmes in favour of displaced, refugee and host populations and teachers supported by stronger evidence base.

Uganda: Lamwo District especially in Palabek settlement

South Sudan: Emotonge State (Torrit and Ikwoto), Grater Kapoeta and Central Equatoria State (Juba).

KEY FACTS

  • Total cost (€)

    5 587 375.00

    EU contracted amount

    4 469 900.00

    Duration

    March 2018 - March 2022

    Implementing organisation

    OXFAM/IBIS

    Funding instrument

    DCI - Human and social development