DurationJan 01, 2015Jan 31, 2016
LocationNangarhar and Laghman provinces
Key Activities
  • Subject-specific training for teachers on Biology, Chemistry, General Science and Mathematics;
  • Training for teachers on pedagogical techniques, creating an engaging learning environment through participatory methods and low and no cost materials;
  • Mobilizing the community to promote support for girls’ education;
  • Training for community and religious leaders on child rights and gender issues;
  • Development of active Parent-Teacher Committees to build links between schools and communities;
  • Provision of school materials to students
Participants100 teachers
120 parents/community members
480 Parent-Teacher Committee members
1,000 female students

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