This report provides an overview of iACT’s Little Ripples early childhood education programme and the recent results from a one year assessment of the programme in refugee camps Kounoungou and Mile in eastern Chad.
Little Ripples is iACT’s early childhood education programme. It empowers refugees and communities affected by humanitarian crises to implement child-centered, quality, and comprehensive pre-primary education that supports the social-emotional, cognitive, and physical development of children ages three to five. Little Ripples is designed to be refugee and community-led. In this, it aims to build long-term capacity and address the unique needs of children and communities affected by trauma, violence, displacement, and uncertainty.
The goal of the assessment was to provide iACT and its partner, Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS), with concrete information about aspects of Little Ripples that are working, areas that need adjustment, and what additional learnings to distribute. This report has been prepared to provide an overview of assessment methodologies, key results, learnings, and next steps.
Feature photo: A Little Ripples teacher leading children in a calming exercise in a Little Ripples in-home centre, refugee camp Goz Amer. Photo credit: iACT.
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