This Education Response Plan is structured around four phases of response: i) remote learning, ii) returning to school safely, iii) safe learning at school and, iv) resilience-building.
Health Guidelines for Education Institutions Reopening During COVID 19 Pandemic covers essential aspects for safe re-opening ofall educational institutions in Pakistan.
In the year 2020-21, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused an unprecedented public health emergency, affecting almost all countries and territories globally. The pandemic has led to severe disruptions in normal life, including closure of schools.
This matrix of operation is applicable to all schools in the de-escalation process during the outbreak of the COVID-19.
Using a sample of 1,211 households in Pakistan, the authors examine the effects of COVID-19 on three key domains: education, economic, and health-related. First, during school closures, 66 percent of surveyed households report not using technology for learning at all.
The guide examines the basics of coronavirus, its impact on education, students’ physical and mental health, the role of teachers and parents in supporting children during this crisis, as well as ways for students to ensure their own wellbeing during these challenging times.
This research was conducted in March and April 2020 to explore children and young people’s reflections and perceptions on the COVID-19 outbreak.
This document builds upon the previous Regional Guidance published on 17 April 2020, which provided high-level guidance to countries for continuing good quality and equitable sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health (SRMNCAH) services during the COVID19 pandemic.
This document has been prepared to provide generic operational guidance to countries in the regions for preparing a continuity plan for maintaining good quality and equitable sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health (SRMNCAH) services during the COVID-19
Possible negative effects on children’s physical and mental health because of prolonged school closure and home confinement during a disease outbreak.