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application/pdfPRESS RELEASESave the Children and Ministry of Employment and Social affairs host a national youth employment conference in Hargeisa, Somaliland 03/09/201858KB
application/pdfSomalia Partnership Forum Joint CommuniquéSomalia Partnership Forum Joint Communiqué18/07/2018135KB
application/pdfSCI SAFEGUARDING POLICY FRAMEWORKSave the Children's Staff Code of Conduct, Child Safeguarding Policy, Protection from Sexual Exploitation and abuse and Anti-Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying Policy 16/10/2019266KB
application/pdfFACT SHEET NO.1 Vocational Training for Youth EmploymentVocational Training for Youth Employment: Comparing Cost-effectiveness of Apprenticeship vs. Formal Training15/11/2017289KB
application/pdfTECHNOLOGY IN ENHANCING CHILDREN LITERACYTechnology in Enhancing Children Literacy: Effects of Alphabet King’s Leap Learning Lab Pilot in Somalia 10/06/2019325KB
application/pdf EFFECT OF PEER COUNSELLING THROUGH SUPPORT GROUPSEffect of Peer Counselling through Mother-to-Mother and Father-to-Father Support Groups10/06/2019329KB
application/pdf EDUCATION ACCESS OUTLOOK IN SOMALIA: A DECADE OF PROGRESS? Education is the cornerstone to recovery from over two decades of conflict in Somalia. Despite the country being cited as having one of the lowest access to education index in the world, progress is rarely examined. We draw our analysis from four publicly available household-level datasets in the country, that is, the UNICEF’s Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (2006 and 2011) and World Bank’s High Frequency Survey (2016 and 2018).10/06/2019353KB
application/pdf CLIENTS EXIT INTERVIEW OF THE CHASP PROJECT Clients Exit interview of Community Health and Social Accountability Project (CHASP) 10/06/2019400KB
application/pdfFACT SHEET NO.3 Evidence in evidence based programmingWhat is evidence in evidence based programming (EBP)? Some concepts and common pitfalls15/11/2017435KB
application/pdfADOPTION OF STUDENT CENTRED LEARNING IN SOMALIAAdoption of Student Centred Learning in Somalia: A Case for Teacher’s Capacity and Beliefs10/06/2019464KB
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