RNVDO has facilitated the return of children to school and access to a normal learning environment to help them heal from the trauma of war.
RNVDO’s projecta, in partnership with UNICEF, has enhanced access to safe and conducive learning environments through minor school repairs and raising awareness in 18 school buildings (23 schools) in Qayyarah areas of Nineveh province. RNVDO reached 5,775 children through minor repairs and rehabilitation of WASH, at the same time creating work opportunities for vulnerable communities to access Cash-for-Work by contributing to school repair activities.
In addition, RNVDO has facilitated orientation of 54 teachers (male and female educators) on Hygiene Promotion, disseminated to school children through attractively packaged activities and messages to adopt healthy hygiene behaviors and prevent mortality and morbidity attributed to water-borne diseases.
Immediately following the liberation of areas from ISIS, RNVDO partnered with Cordaid Foundation to rehabilitate three primary schools in Qayyarah, Hamdania and Shoura,
After the liberation of the city of Mosul, RNVDO, in partnership with War Child UK, was ready and started an education project in 8 TLS “temporarily learning schools” in Hamam Alil camp May 2017. The project targeted 9500 students (IDPs and Host community).
Within the project, RNVDO held training to 120 formal and non-formal teaching staff on several education topics and supplied the students with student’s kits and schools with items of furniture.
62,000 students benefited from education project of RNVDO in partnership with UNICEF implemented in over 72 schools in Qayyarah subdistrict. This project focused on “back to schools” education, students’ kits distribution, students’ uniforms, furniture for schools and teaching tools.
RNVDO has partnered with Humanity & Inclusion (formerly known as Handicap International) to improve the health and education outcomes of children with disabilities and other vulnerabilities in West Mosul through the rehabilitation of nine schools in West Mosul and Hamam Al-Alil sub-district. The project aims to improve the safety of children in schools and allows for conflict-affected children and teaching staff to receive necessary Mental Health and Psychosocial support services.
The total number of the Education beneficiaries for RENVDO around Iraq is 95,523 beneficiaries.