Enabling all children, including dropouts, children never enrolled and slow learners to meet their education needs and successfully complete their education.
Enhancing livelihood skills of youths and women, especially in the age group of 18 to 25 year old, to secure a sustainable livelihood and live a dignified life.
Addressing educational needs of children affected by migration due to internal displacement, distress conditions, cross-border movement and conflict.
Addressing rehabilitation needs of affected communities with a special focus on educational needs of children and preparing communities on disaster risk reduction strategies.
Ensuring the capacities of women are built through women’s institutions, thereby enabling them to address the denial of rights and entitlements especially violence against women, education and developmental needs.
Ensuring children make successful transitions from their regional languages and dialects usually the ones they are most comfortable with to speaking the language of instruction in the schools they attend.
Building a new generation of children who are sensitive and constructive towards strengthening human rights, peace building, pluralism, comprehensive development and the environment.
Ensuring education for girls, children affected by migration, children suffering from social- and health-related stigma and children with disabilities.
Enhancing children’s awareness of HIV/AIDS and health and building the capacities of communities to develop healthcare and support programmes.
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