Education in emergencies program supports children to continue learning in Sudan
Save the Children with funding from the European Union Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid is implementing Education in Emergencies program in Rokero, Golo and Nertiti in Sudan.
The project works with the community for the community and prioritises in emotional and psychosocial protection, physical protection, teaching and learning. It also focuses on participation of parents, community members and school leadership & management.
Photo: Shaymaa*, 11, a pupil from Golo Al Gadida Primary School taking notes during a class session.
The project targets to reach children (24,623), teachers (374), parents (525), teachers association members as well as community leaders (90). Meet students from schools supported by the program sharing their aspirations for the future despite schooling in one of the harshest conditions in Sudan.
Photo: Zuhour*, 14, sits in her class in Golo Al Gadida Primary School. The poster behind her (right) reads classroom ‘Golden Rules’ – mainly encouraging self-confidence, school attendance, and time management.
Photo: Mohamed writing on the black board during a class session at Golo Algadeeda Primary School.