Provision of Education and Child Protection in Emergencies for vulnerable, displaced, and returnee Syrian children affected by conflict


the project’s primary objective is to deliver essential education and child protection services to vulnerable Syrian children who have been displaced or affected by conflict in Al-Raqqa city. This encompasses the establishment and equipping of two education centers, where a range of educational initiatives, including Homework Help sessions, access to a Book Bank, Life Skills sessions, and Early Childhood Education programs, will be provided. The project also includes improving the infrastructure of Child Care Centers, building the capacity of teachers and education personnel, and offering financial support to sustain educational activities. Furthermore, the distribution of stationery kits, implementation of distance learning, and hygiene awareness campaigns during the COVID-19 response are crucial components of the project. Lastly, integrated Psychosocial Support (PSS) activities will focus on addressing the emotional well-being of the children, helping them navigate the challenges of conflict and displacement. Overall, the project seeks to create a supportive and holistic environment that nurtures the educational and emotional needs of these vulnerable children in Al-Raqqa city.

The Services Provided :

  1. Establishing 2 centers in Al-Raqqa city and equipping them with essential supplies and equipment.
  2. Operating a Book Bank.
  3. Facilitating Life Skills sessions for children.
  4. Providing Early Childhood Education (ECD) programs.
  5. Offering transportation support for students.
  6. Establishing 2 Teachers Learning Cycles (TLCs) for professional development.
  7. Conducting minor rehabilitation work for targeted Child community  Centers (CCCs).
  8. Building the capacity of 35 teachers and education personnel through training.
  9. Providing teacher stipends and covering CCs running costs.
  10. Distributing stationery kits for students and teachers.
  11. Implementing distance learning during the COVID-19 response.
  12. Raising awareness and improving hygiene for targeted students.
  13. Providing integrated Psychosocial Support (PSS) activities in the centers.