As the winning team from last year’s one-day knock-out basketball tournament, Save the Children organized and participated in the second one-day knock-out tournament- “Partnership for Development” on 23rd May, 2015 at Royal Thimphu College with participants from 11 International Organizations in the country.
The Comprehensive Disaster Management Project for the Education Sector is an 18 month project funded by DiPECHO. The Principle objective of the project is to make children, schools and communities resilient to the impacts of disasters in Bhutan. The three key result areas of the project are: Result 1: Enhanced DRM coordination and improved integration of DRM concerns and processes within the education sector
Under the child protection theme, Save the Children, Bhutan Country Office is currently engaged in a project supported by Save the Children, Italy aimed at “Strengthening Child Justice System in Bhutan” for a three year period.
The Department of Curriculum Research & Development (DCRD), Ministry of Education and Save the Children trained 20 teachers from Thimphu and Zhemgang as Trainers on Reading Skills and Strategies & Book Management under the Bhutan Children’s Book Initiative Project. The 5-day workshop began on 26th January and it was facilitated by Senior Education Advisor of Save the Children Joseph Nhan- O’Reilly.
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