It is our joy to announce that CAD received funding from Myanmar Education Consortium (MEC) to provide the hardest to reach children with access to quality, accredited education and contribute to a coherent inclusive national education system.
CAD believes that children’s education is not only a fundamental right but also a basic need. Due to this conviction, we give this project title: “Improving Education Access for Children.
According to UN SDG goal: “Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all”. A child’s right to education entails the right to learn. This project will ensure quality education for all children without any discrimination in race, in belief and in sex in this political crisis of Myanmar. We will guide our teachers to follow our quality education in which we will support students and teacher their basic needs in learning-materials, infrastructure repairment and teaching aids for their better and safer learning environment. Our Project goal is to provide the hardest to reach children with access to quality, accredited education and contribute to a coherent inclusive national education system. Our total targeted outreach number is 2500 children (1200 boys and 1300 girls).
CAD will establish a village education committee (VEC) in every village and the committee will be made up of 3 males and 4 females, altogether seven. In these seven members, at least two church leaders, elected by communities, will be included. These committees will be responsible for the successful implementation of this project’s goal, outputs, and outcomes. CAD will use the existing village schools where students will continue their education pursuit.
CAD will open only (15) nurseries in (15) villages. For early child care education, we target 483 (170 boys and 230 girls) children. For (15) ECE centers, we will recruit (15) caregivers who will be trained by CAD.