Improving Equity and Learning: Strengthening Educational Pathways for Children in Syria” Programme

Improving Equity and Learning: Strengthening Educational Pathways for Children in Syria” Programme. Component 1: Provision of Non-Formal Education Pathways

Project Background

UNICEF Syria contributes to all the strategic objectives of the 2021 Humanitarian Response Plan

  • Strategic Objective 1: Provide life-saving humanitarian assistance to the most vulnerable people with an emphasis on those in areas with high severity of needs.
    • 1.1. IDPs in planned camps and last resort self-settled/spontaneous sites, collective and reception centers regularly access quality life-saving and sustaining basic services and humanitarian assistance.
    • 1.2. The health, nutrition and food security status of pregnant and lactating women (PLW) and children under 5 years of age is improved.
  • Strategic Objective 2: Enhance the prevention and mitigation of protection risks and respond to protection needs through supporting the protective environment in Syria, by promoting international law, International Humanitarian Law (IHL) and International Human Rights Law (IHRL) and though quality, principled assistance.
    • 2.1 Specific protection needs are mitigated through the provision of quality and integrated protection services.
    • 2.2 The threat posed by explosive ordnance is mitigated to ensure safe access to service and inclusive protection environment..
  • Strategic Objective 3: Increase the resilience of affected communities by improving access to livelihood opportunities and basic services, especially among the most vulnerable households and communities
    • 3.1 People live with improved access to adequate housing and with improved access to basic service.
    • 3.2 3.2 Enhance access to market-based livelihood opportunities and production so as to reduce reliance to negative coping mechanisms.

UNICEF will – in 2021 – deliver life-saving services to children and families and apply a targeted, multi-sector resilience strengthening approach through its partners and field offices. UNICEF will address the specific needs of girls, boys, adolescents, women and men using a conflict-sensitive approach, emphasizing accountability to affected populations and focusing on the prevention of gender-based violence and sexual exploitation. UNICEF Education Section will support equitable and continued access to quality education, alternative learning, self-learning and early learning through the implementation of safe-school protocols and remote learning methods, in line with the No Lost Generation initiative.

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