The main responsibilities of the Ministry of Education include; Enrollment of all school going age children to formal education at schools ensuring "Education for All" , Provision of quality Education and Create future generation with improved physical and psychological skills.
The Sudan Education Sector has adopted the below criteria as part of broader COVID-19 mitigation measures to enable children to return to school and continue their learning in a safe and protective environment.
The main aim of these guidelines is to provide teachers and school administrations but also learners and parents with general information about COVID-19.
When considering the reopening of schools, four key sanitary criteria should be considered to ensure that students and teachers alike are safe: A) Ensure social distancing; B) Keep schools clean and disinfected; C) Ensure that students and teachers enter school healthy and stay healthy; and D) Pr
According to WHO 2012 estimates, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) was responsible for 842 000 annual deaths from diarrhoea and 15% of the Global Burden of Disease in Disability- Adjusted Life Years (DALYs).
Healthy and well-nourished schoolchildren learn better. Healthy children also have better chances to thrive and fulfil their potential as adults.
In this strategy (2020-2030) WFP lays out its vision of working with governments and partners to jointly ensure that all primary schoolchildren have access to good quality meals in school, accompanied by a broader integrated package of health and nutrition services.
The MoEAC, with the technical support from WFP, developed a school feeding policy for Namibia which was finalized in 2018. The school feeding policy implementation plan will guide the execution of the policy.
This policy lays down the mandate, goal and objectives of school feeding in Namibia and establishes the principles governing the planning, implementation and management of the Namibian School Feeding Programme (NSFP).
This publication offers guidance on how digital technologies can be used to improve the lives of people in developing countries, while keeping a careful eye on the limitations and risks of focusing solely on hardware over people and processes.