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Education Working Group - Jordan

The priority of the Education Sector Working Group, in 2014, is to ensure uninterrupted access to public education for displaced Syrians children across the country including those in refugee camps. Given the large number of refugees living in host communities, Syrian children are enrolling in public schools across Jordan. Support to boost the capacity of the public education system is much needed including providing extra learning spaces as well as remedial/catch-up classes for those children who have missed out on weeks or months of schooling. Capacity building of teachers is also a priority to ensure the quality education adherent to global norms and standards established by Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies Minimum Standards. Moreover, to ensure equal access to all school-aged boys and girls for education, the Education Sector and the Child Protection sub-Sector are collaborating to ensure the provision of child-centred services in both child friendly spaces and schools. The main objectives of the ESWG are: 1. To provide a coordination forum in which all the appropriate organisations and institutions collaborate with the aim to support the Jordanian education system in current and future emergencies. 2. To plan and implement a response strategy: applying norms and standards, developing capacity, responding to needs, monitoring and evaluation, and conducting advocacy. 3. To ensure continued access to quality education in a safe and protective environment for all vulnerable children. In doing so, the ESWG has a particular responsibility to ensure that programmes are accessible and adapted to the needs of all children.

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Azraq Camp
FCA Jordan
RI
WVI
Cyber City Refugee Camp
IFH/NHF Jordan
NHF Jordan
UNESCO Jordan
Emirati Jordanian Camp (Murijep al Fhoud)
SAVE Jordan
Irbid
IRD Jordan
MC Jordan
SAVE Jordan
UNESCO Jordan
WVI
King Abdullah Park Refugee Camp
IFH/NHF Jordan
Mafraq
MC Jordan
SAVE Jordan
UNESCO Jordan
WVI
Zaatari Refugee Camp
Children without borders-KnK
FCA Jordan
IRD Jordan
MC Jordan
MoE Jordan
RI
SAVE Jordan
UNHCR Jordan
UNICEF - Jordan
Zarqa
IRD Jordan
MC Jordan
SAVE Jordan
UNESCO Jordan
UNICEF - Jordan
WVI



Working Group Chairs

UNICEF MENA Regional Office Jordan | United Nations Children's Fund

  Key Contacts


Full Name Amson Simbolon
Partner Information Education Sector Working Group Coordinator
Email asimbolon@unicef.org
Address UNICEF Jordan PO Box 1551 - Amman 11821 Jordan
Organization United Nations Children's Fund

Full Name Dina Al Masri
Partner Information Co-Chair of Education sector working group
Email dalmasri@mecinstitute.org
Phone Number 0797674344
Address Middle East Children's Institute , Amman- Jordan

  Sub-working Groups

  Highlights

By end 2017, the sector reached 118,107 males; (56,784 Male/ 61, 323Female) in both camps and host communities.
16 Jan 2018
Catch Up centres have increased through 2017 from 67 to 99 centres to meet demand
16 Jan 2018
The second campaign of LSS (August to October) reached 126,707 children (including 16,876 out-of-school children).
16 Jan 2018
Currently 2017/2018 Formal enrollment data is undergoing verification process, the data set will be released in early 2018
17 Dec 2017
Learning Support Services continued to be offered in Makani centres. Since 2017, the sector reached 111,050 in both camps and host communities .
17 Dec 2017
The sector collaborated to finalise the Jordan Response Plan 2018-2020. In this plan, new interventions were developed to overcome demand-related barriers to Ed
17 Dec 2017