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Community Based Education

For sustainable and long-term development in the war-torn country, the provision of education to the new generation is of key importance to ensure that gradually more Afghans are equipped with the right tools to play an active role in their country’s development. The community-based education activities proposed under this project shall be undertaken in three provinces:  Ghazni and Kapisa in central Afghanistan, and Khost in the southeast.

The overall approach includes providing a strong foundation for building much-needed human resources for Afghanistan by providing primary education, transition to secondary education for girls, capacity building for teachers, advocacy for extending Ministry of Education facilities to remote areas, and mobilizing and building communities’ capacity to take an active part in activities related to the education of their children. The three-pronged approach also includes capacity-building of local civil society organizations to play a more effective role in further strengthening education services:

Project Facts
 

Implementing Period: 


July 2011- October 2014
 

Project Partner:
 

CARE International
 

Objectives:
 

  • Improve access to quality education (grades 1 to 9) for children living in underserved rural areas and temporary settlements in 35 communities of 3 provinces by providing necessary infrastructure and technical support for community-based education
     
  • Improve capacities of local stakeholders (communities, MoE & CSOs) for education service delivery (through safe learning places) in underserved areas in 3 provinces
     
  • Improve quality of teaching and students’ learning in the classroom by training teachers and ensuring their certification and support as Ministry of Education teachers
     

Expected Beneficiaries:

  • Direct Beneficiaries: 3,154 children (2,554 primary and 600 lower secondary), 132 teachers, 225 SMC Members
     
  • Indirect Beneficiaries: 24,577 individuals

 

 

 Community-based education project