Building Back Better: COVID-19 response and recovery for children’s education and well-being


Organisation Déclarante:Right To Play International
Budget Total ($CAD):$ 6,454,774
Délai d’exécution: octobre 1, 2021 - mai 31, 2023
Statut: Actif
Coordonnées: Pauline Callens
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Profils des Partenaires et Bailleurs de Fonds


Organisation Déclarante


Right To Play International

Organisations Participantes


  • Gouvernement et secteur public

    • Ministry of Social Affairs of Lebanon
  • ONGs

    • BRAC USA

Bailleurs de fonds (Contribution budgétaire totale)


  • ONGs

    • The LEGO Foundation (100%)
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Endroit


Pays - Allocation Budgétaire Totale


Liban - $ 1,484,598.02 (23.00%)

Ouganda - $ 1,290,954.80 (20.00%)

Tanzanie - $ 1,290,954.80 (20.00%)

Pakistan - $ 1,226,407.06 (19.00%)

Sierra Leone - $ 839,120.62 (13.00%)

Éthiopie - $ 258,190.96 (4.00%)

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Domaines d'Intervention


Autre - Allocation Budgétaire Totale


Éducation (85.00 %)

Santé - Allocation Budgétaire Totale


Santé mentale (15.00 %)

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Description


The Building Back Better Project will build on a previous successful contribution to the COVID-19 response and will aim to sstrengthen the impact of learning through play amongst parents, caregivers, teachers, children, and Ministries of Education. We are doing this through two parallel lines of work.

A)Development, piloting and scale-up of five open-sourced global learning through play resources across 5 different RTP target countries. These include: 1) P.O.W.E.R, a collection of 100 games to foster collaborative play; 2) PACT, a child-centered play-based resource to promote psychosocial wellbeing among children affected by adversity; 3) Music for Development, a package of games to teach children technical music skills as a way to enhance socio-emotional and leadership skills; 4) Move to Improve, a resource that focuses on the link between cognitive processes and psychomotor skills through the use of play; and 5) Parenting Education, a resource that will support the delivery of at home learning for pre-primary children through the use of play.

B)Development of an integrated technical assistance model to support Ministries of Education to integrate play-based learning. In Sierra Leone, and in partnership with BRAC and the MBSSE, we are identifying opportunities to integrate play into their policy and practice.

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Population Cible


Genre et âge: Unspecified
Population Ciblée Directement: 50,000
Population Ciblée Indirectement: 1,000,000
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Extrants


1 Training
1 Workshop
1 Training
1 Training
1 Training
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Résultats & Indicateurs


Résultats Attendus


Increased access to Learning through Play amongst parents, caregivers, teachers, and children, as well as Ministries of Education, other Lego Foundation partners and CSOs. Expected results:

-Children have improved learning and psychosocial wellbeing because of access to LtP and psychosocial support opportunities at home, in the community or at school.

-Parents, parent community leaders, children and teachers have increased preparedness, attitudes, and knowledge to support children’s psychosocial wellbeing and learning through play.

Improved capacity and organizational readiness of Right To Play to provide technical assistance on the integration of LtP to ministries of education. Expected results:

-Development of resources and tools to support Ministries of Education including Sierra Leone to integrate learning through play in primary education.

-Teachers have the increased skills and knowledge to implement learning through play activities.

-Teachers and children can create positive learning environment in schools through implementation of learning through play activities that focus on collaborative play.

Résultats Obtenus


We currently do not have evidence on results to date

Indicateurs


  • Aucun Sélectionné
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Sous-projet


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