children enrolled in accelerated learning program

Kits Distributed

Health & Hygiene Kits
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Enrolment by marginalized Segments

Number of In-School and Out of Kids Enrolled

Foundational Learning And Early Childhood Care & Education In Emergencies

The recent emergency has aggravated mounting challenges to achieve SDG 4 and the Sindh Right  to Free & Compulsory Education Act 2013 for children aged 3-16 years. Sindh has progressively  integrated ECCE in the RTE Act 2013 (Article 9) to build strong foundations for its children. The  two-day Conference on Foundational Learning and Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) in  Emergencies to be held on June 15-16, 2023 will address three objectives; these include to: Learn More >>

TARL/CPB Camps are Operational in the Districts of Ghotki and Shikarpur

ITA’s CPB camps are operational and students have begun their journey for recovery of foundational learning, for teaching at the right level (TARL), Chalo-Parho-Barho (CPB) over 55-60 days, these learning camps will address the foundational literacy and numeracy for 30,000 in-school children at risk and out-of-school children (drop-outs & never enrolled) ages 6-13 years in the districts Ghotki and Shikarpur.

Sindh’s learning challenges are the severest in Pakistan (ASER 2021) as is the low enrolment levels in rural Sindh.  These trends have been exacerbated due to the pandemic (2020-2022) both in terms of enrolment and learning losses. The Monster Floods have further accelerated the crisis of education, especially for the poorest and most vulnerable groups for whom public sector education is often the only service delivery option and often with little family and state support to mitigate such crises.

Currently, total enrolment in Sindh is around Five (5) Million, with around 30% of the children due to the floods are displaced, five to six Thousand schools are fully damaged and approximately 2 to 2.5 Million school going children are affected with up to 1 or 1.5 Million children are  out-of-school (OOSC).

  • Education Entitlement

    Education is a fundamental entitlement for children especially the most marginalized linked to other entitlements as capabilities including lifelong learning, health, nutrition, economic opportunities, gender equality & poverty reduction

  • Access to inclusive quality

    Access to inclusive quality learning and especially foundational learning is a fundamental right (25 A) with laws and rules in place. Sindh province has notified a comprehensive Sindh Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2013 along with rules (2015) for implementation. The rules were developed consultatively with stakeholders including ITA, as a longstanding member of LEG.

  • The School is a central unit

    The School is a central unit of planning within designated school clusters (union councils/blocks) finalized by the SELD for access to safe and quality education with school leaders/headteachers ensuring linkages of children/students, teachers and parents, or schools and homes in a local community context; the home-school linkage evidence was very bold throughout COVID -19 (ASER 2021 surveys)

  • Emergencies such as the ‘monster floods’

    Emergencies such as the ‘monster floods’ are an opportunity to extend immediate relief to students/teachers/schools and engage in structural and strategic system shifts for remapping/rethinking and redesigning the home-school and school-cluster link with greater engagement of parents/caregivers with duty bearers for foundational and social emotional learning, health/ hygiene, life skills and gender equality

Endorsement of Teaching at The Right Level and CPB Camps' teaching material for the learning recovery of children affected by floods in Shikarpur and Ghotki.

Endorsements of TARL/CPB Material

Field Work

Recovery for Foundational Learning: Flood Response Sindh 2022