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Resilience to Violence Campaign
Research shows that violence hinders learning at school which has a direct affect on the drop-out rate at school.
The Resilience to Violence Campaign will equip the school community, especially teachers, with tools to build resilience and skills to adapt more successfully to adverse conditions.
Our years of experience of working in impoverished and violent areas has shown how resilience can enable teaching and learning to take place.
The Resilience to Violence Campaign will be run in four primary schools over a three-year period from 2018– 2020.
Preparation will include:
Buy-in from authorities and participants involved.
Human science research consultants linked to an academic institution will assist in drawing up questionnaires and external evaluators will measure impact.