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Meghan Bellerose; Maryama Diaw; Jessie Pinchof (et al.)
Save the Children conducted research in three refugee camps in Dadaab in Kenya which explored the impact of COVID-19 on children’s education, young mothers’ livelihoods and gender-based violence. This study highlights programmatic adaptations made in response to COVID-19, identifying what has worked well or less well and considers practical recommendations for the sector. The research gathered views from children, young mothers, caregivers and key stakeholders working in child protection and education in the camp.
Adelaide M. Lusambili; Michela Martini; Faiza Abdirahman (et al.)
Domeniter Naomi Kathula
Since the first case of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) was announced in Kenya, many aspects of society and the education sector have been dramatically affected. On March 15th 2020, the Kenyan government closed all learning institutions countrywide to contain the spread of the virus. As the numbers of those infected by coronavirus rose to over 8,000, the ministry of education announced on July 7th that, the 2020 school calendar year will be considered lost due to COVID-19 restrictions . The purpose of this study was therefore to determine the effect of Covid-19 pandemic on the education systems in Kenya.
Rachel Wangari Kimani; Rose Maina; Constance Shumba (et al.)
Constance Shumba; Rose Maina; Gladys Mbuthia (et al.)
Mark Kimathi; Samuel Mwalili; Viona Ojiambo (et al.)
Duncan Shikuku; Irene Nyaoke; Sylvia Gichuru (et al.)
Constance Shumba; Rachel Wangari Kimani; Sheila Shaibu (et al.)
This survey collected data on the status of remote learning among school-going children across the country. It was conducted in 86 out of the total 335 sub-counties across 42 of the 47counties. We leveraged technology to collect data using the KoboCollect platform via phone calls from 3,735 households spread in 258 villages.
UNICEF Innocenti's Children and COVID-19 Library is a database collecting research from around the world on COVID-19 and its impacts on children and adolescents.
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