Home Learning During COVID-19

With COVID-19 causing widespread restrictions on movement in 2020, schools around the world were forced to close, risking major disruption to children's education. In this Practitioner Guidance Paper we share the different approaches taken by three Family for Every Child Members to mitigate this disruption: moving to online learning for unaccompanied minors with METAdrasi in Greece; using the radio to provide far-reaching lessons with FOST in Zimbabwe; and engaging parents in their children's education using a socially-distanced homework collection system with CAP Liberia. 

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Case Study 1: METAdrasi

Action for Migration and Development, Greece

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Case Study 2: FOST

Farm Orphans Support Trust, Zimbabwe

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Case Study 3: CAP

Children Assistance Programme, Liberia

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