Transitional Support for Integration and Quality of Education in Dadaab Refugee and Host Community
Refugee children have always had distinct learning needs due to the camp setting and the psychosocial needs of the children and the teachers. This is an integrated and multi-faceted project that is anchored on the strategic results areas identified to address the unmet gaps for the refugees and the host community education in line with the Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework (CRRF). Transitional Support for Integration and Quality of Education in Dadaab Refugee and Host Community will ensure sustained access to a quality education for all children and youth, refugees as well as host community. Furthermore, it will continue to provide relevant teacher training opportunities, focused on early grade teachers in the refugee camps and host community. As well as support self-sustained interventions that can continuously improve the quality of the teaching environment and integration of refugee schools in the Kenyan system, increase access to school for out-of-school children and respond to new education gaps in the provision of education services in the refugee hosting areas with emphasis on quality.