UNICEF South Sudan’s Back-to-Learning plan for 2015
Back-to-Learning in South Sudan: Ensuring all children have access to learning opportunities
30 October 2014
The on-going crisis in South Sudan is aggravating an education system that was already fragile. UNICEF South Sudan is addressing the crisis in education with an Education in Emergency plan called Back-to-Learning in South Sudan: Ensuring that all children have access to learning opportunities [PDF]
The Back-to-Learning campaign will cover all ten states of South Sudan and have a duration of 14 months, starting from 1 November 2014 to 31 December 2015 and will reach 400,000 children and adolescents.
The key activities take a dual tracked approach aimed at two geographic groups to ensure that all children across South Sudan are able to access education opportunities, no matter where they live:
The Integrated Education in Emergencies package will address Internally Displaced children and adolescents in the Protection of Civilian sites and other locations in six of the conflict- affected States with tailored education programmes for different age groups and will include:
The Basic Education Package for out-of-school children and adolescents will reach vulnerable children in the remaining four States and will include: