International Rescue Committee (IRC) supports the informal education of girls and boys in the Lashkargah City of Helmand province by providing school materials.
This organization conducts a special assessment to identify vulnerable villages and create classrooms and training for them. Assessment is conducted at the district level to identify schools with the highest needs for School Improvement Plan (SIP). After identifying the local educational centers, the IRC office supports its students and teachers by distributing school supplies such as lined books, drawing books, colored pencils, slates, water bottles, permanent markers, text correction pens, scientific calculators, and masks.
The International Rescue Committee is determined that girls and boys have access to education, and all formal and informal sectors of education are considered as a need of society.
In addition, the program to support the education of girls and boys in the Lashkargah City of Helmand province provides sufficient training for parents and community members to participate in children's access to education.
In order to qualify for the service, you have to be eligible - currently, the service is provided to formal/ official schools, and they are free of charge.
The service provided uses Dari, Pashto and English languages, including sign language.
To access the service, booking an appointment is required. Please visit IRC office in Helmand Province or contact information center.
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