Communication for education and improved school governance (C4E&Governance)
This proposed programme were focus on the role of DTMTs and SSCs to promote strengthened demand for inclusive quality education among community members, including their role in ensuring its quality. To this end, a communication for development campaign will be designed to promote the value of inclusive quality education among parents, caregivers and community members, as well as their role in supporting their children’s school environment and learning.
Working together with UNICEF and the Ministry, the School Governance project sets out to empower communities to become active members of their schools’ governance structures.
CapacityTo strengthening demand for inclusive quality education in the northeast provinces of Cambodia (Ratanak Kiri, Mondul Kiri and Kratie) through communication for development.
Train and support District Administration-Management Training and Monitoring Team (DTMT1) members in fourteen districts of Ratanak Kiri and Mondul Kiri in the use of the communication materials, and support their dissemination plan.
Improved results of existing District Administration-Management Training and Monitoring Team (DTMT1) members of participatory approaches, diversity and gender, Protection from Sexual Harassment Exploitation and Abuse (PSHEA) and Child Protection (CP).
Train and support SSCs in the use of the communication materials, and support their dissemination plan.
Train DTMT1, teacher teachers/director and SSC members trained on PSHEA/CP
Communication campaign delivery through websites, social media (i.e. Facebook, YouTube), radio broadcasts, inter-personal communication, and other public forums and events.
Raising awareness in the communities on diversity and gender, Protection from Sexual Harassment Exploitation and Abuse (PSHEA) and Child Protection (CP).
Communication campaign delivery (e.g. inter-personal communication, radio, forums) in fourteen districts of Ratanak Kiri and Mondul Kiri province.
Train and support primary School Support Committees in 20 districts of Ratanak Kiri, Mondul Kiri and Kratie Provinces
Develop national training materials for District Training and Monitoring Teams and School Support Committees incorporating best practices and lessons learned for training District Training and Monitoring Teams and School Support Committees in disadvantaged, predominantly ethnic minority areas Develop monitoring and evaluation tools and conduct baseline, mid-line and end-line assessments and analysis with UNICEF and MoEYS.
Learn more about the successes of this project on its own interactive website >
April 2019 – Dec 2019
Ratanak Kiri and Mondul Kiri and Kratie provinces.
56 DTMT1 members
School directors from 404 primary schools
1,760 members of school support committees
Population beneficiaries 2,997 (900 female) in 403 primary schools, 20 districts.
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