In fragile spaces with limited and unstable infrastructure, like refugee camps or regions impacted by natural hazards, our projects take learning outside the traditional classroom setting.
Instead, we work with families and volunteers to develop home-based early childhood education spaces, whilst training them to become community educators.
By developing and adopting novel technologies, we’re able to support educators and caregivers to access quality learning materials, wherever they are. We support volunteers to create low-cost, sustainable resources, so a lack of supplies doesn’t have to be a barrier to learning.
Alongside developing alternative and accelerated education programmes to make sure young learners don’t miss out at this crucial time, we provide psychosocial support to help children cope with the stresses of their experience and environment. Creating safe spaces for learning and play helps bring a sense of normality, allowing those who've suffered trauma to regain their childhood.