During the May and June Education in Emergencies Community calls, we will spend 90 minutes learning from the 3 partners who were awarded 2-year grants from the Leadership For Learning Through Displacement (LLTD) catalyst fund, in order to grow their core programme into communities impacted by displacement.
For 2 years, Teach For Bangladesh, Teach For Lebanon and Teach For Poland have been working closely with the International Rescue Committee (IRC) in their countries, who are supporting their scale plans with on-the-ground technical support.
During these 2 Learning Calls, these 3 partners will be sharing the outcomes of their joint projects, their key learnings from what it takes to scale into displacement settings, and how they plan to move forward beyond the LLTD Fund.
These calls will take place on May 15th at 1:00pm UTC and June 12th at 1:00pm UTC.
May 15th: 'Sourcing and Leveraging Talent for Classroom Impact'
Insights and Learnings on: How to recruit to drive the most impact in displacement settings, including participant cultivation, representative recruitment, and retention.
Insights and Learnings on Supporting alumni to drive broader impact across the local humanitarian ecosystem.
Insights and Learnings on: Building teacher readiness for supporting students in displacement contexts, including approaches to pre-service and in-service training and support, and pedagogy decisions.
June 12th: 'Measuring Impact, Engaging Stakeholders and Building Partnerships'
Insights and Learnings on: Assessing needs in displacement-affected communities, measuring student outcomes, and evaluating the effectiveness of EiE interventions.
Insights and Learnings on: How to build effective partnerships with an INGO in order to scale the fellowship to displacement settings.
Insights and Learnings on: Engaging with local authorities, humanitarian coordination mechanisms, parents and communities.