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Baseline study: Support for Education and Successful Transitions among Vulnerable Children (SIDA), South Sudan

CGA is conducting a baseline survey for the Multi Year Resilience Programme as part of the new Education Cannot Wait Programme. We are covering about 260 schools across six States. We are ensuring marginalised and OOSC have responsive and flexible routes into education and learning opportunities. Part of the study will also ensure there is support for and promotion of continued attendance and transition through different grades and into further levels of education.

Country/Region: South Sudan
Dates/Duration: 2020
Funders: Save the Children South Sudan

CGA is conducting a baseline survey for the Multi Year Resilience Programme as part of the new Education Cannot Wait Programme. We are covering about 260 schools across six States. We are ensuring marginalised and OOSC have responsive and flexible routes into education and learning opportunities. Part of the study will also ensure there is support for and promotion of continued attendance and transition through different grades and into further levels of education.

In Magwi, Bor, Kapoeta East, Kapoeta North, and Kapoeta South counties, CGA is conducting a Baseline Survey for Save the Children South Sudan’s Support for Education and Successful Transitions among Vulnerable Children (SIDA) project.

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