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Exploring Safe and Equitable Access to Education for Vulnerable Communities

The Afghanistan Consortium for Community-based Education and Learning (ACCEL) led by Save the Children International is a three years program targeting the most vulnerable displaced population in Afghanistan, with the goal to provide safe and equitable access to education particularly for girls. The consortium partner, COAR (Coordination of Afghan Relief) will provide 81,415 out-of-school children with safe and equitable access to education through the Community-Based Education (CBE) model from grade 1 to 6 and will also test the distance learning model for feasibility and future programing.

COAR hired TAGHEER to perform a baseline study of the ACCEL program in six provinces; namely Nangarhar, Helmand, Kunduz, Kandahar, Paktika, and Badghis. TAGHEER will conduct this cross-sectional study using a mixed research methodology considering the main outcome indicators at the household level. Our study will primarily focus on Access to education, Conducive, child-friendly and inclusive teaching and learning environment, Continuity of education, and Quality of learning as well as the community demographics for IDPs and Refugees.

The study report, which will also help ACCEL program to revise the project log frame will be shared towards the end of December 2019.