Target of (approximately 200,000) out-of-school children (OOSC) and children at-risk (ARC) of dropping out of school due to poverty, social and cultural aspects, and those who are in tough environments in 15 Counties in Western Kenya and North Rift. So far, RHD has;
In order to eliminate obstacles facing children and help them to realize their education right, RHD adopted a rights-based approach to community work related to child education, protection and development. We put more emphasis on Child rights programming that involves the practical application of the UN CRC to bring about real changes in the lives of all children. Essentially, a child rights-based approach integrates the norms, standards & principles of the international human rights system into the plans, policies & processes of programme development for children. RHD approaches and interventions on education are child centered, scalable, and sustainable and innovation friendly. We employ well proven strategies to address different barriers that faced by children in marginalized areas, and hardest to reach children and families. We do so by establishing 21st Century approaches and interventions within communities aimed at enabling every needy child to fulfill their right to education by helping them access and complete education. RHD approach to School drop-out relationship diagram (OOSC and At-Risk Children-ARC).
Factors leading to school drop-out among girls
We have established programs that seek to promote children’s fundamental rights mostly in rural and peri-urban communities involving;
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