Displaced Children innovations

Child displacement is the removal or separation of children from their parents and immediate family or settings. There are a variety of cases that can cause children to be displaced from their families and social settings.
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Fundación Escuela Nueva
Escuela Nueva, meaning 'New School' in Spanish, transforms the conventional school model by rethinking the teaching and learning processes to ensure that every child, everywhere, receives high-quality
Inclusión de migrantes y refugiados en el sistema escolar ecuatoriano
Generamos espacios de aprendizaje culturalmente seguros para migrantes y refugiados en 4 instituciones educativas del Ecuador. Para ello, un equipo de Profesionales de Enseña Ecuador (PECs) de naciona
Prafull Oorja Charitable Foundation
Prafull Oorja trains yoga therapists to implement sustainable programs with communities in vulnerable conditions. We use yoga as a form of healing & empowerment. Our programs reach 500+ children w/ sp
Colors of Kindness
Colors of Kindness is an education-in-emergencies adaptation for the Rainbow of Education. Through social and emotional learning materials delivered via podcast through any learning management system,
Nos Vemos en la Escuela (NVELE - See you Back in School)
Since 2019, NVELE creates alternative classrooms placed in any available community *space to motivate kids from slums and rural areas to return to school. Tools used include notebooks, educational tex
The Seenaryo Playkit is a phone app and training which allows teachers of 3 - 8 year olds to deliver their curriculum through play. It contains hundreds of games, songs and stories, all linked to curr
Thaki advances digital inclusion and bridges learning gaps by providing laptops with preloaded educational content for refugee and underserved communities in the Middle East. We leverage the circular
Audio-Class System
Audio-Class can share educational content across any device students have at hand such as radio, basic phone or smartphone with little to no internet. Students learn on any mobile device available to
Refugee Educator Academy for Quality Holistic Learning (REA-QHL)
REA-QHL builds on evidence-based practices in student-centered, holistic learning in resettlement and displacement contexts with the belief that every learner deserves opportunities to connect, grow,
GiveInternet.org is a nonprofit platform that lets anyone sponsor monthly Internet fees and devices for the undeprivileged high school students living in refugee camps and rural areas.