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Young Power in Social Action (YPSA) is an organization for sustainable development and NGO in Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC)

SCI Consortium (YPSA & HI) conducts monitoring visit at Rohingya Camp in Cox’s Bazar

Visitor's happy interaction with children at Learning center in Rohingya Camp

The Cox’s Bazar Education Sector in Bangladesh, jointly managed by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and Save the Children International (SCI), held an ECW MYRP II workshop to observe the interventions implemented by the PIB Consortium (IRC & Prottyashi) and SCI Consortium (YPSA and HI) at Camp 15 and Camp 10, on May 9.

Visitors with children at YPSA learning center in Rohingya camp.

Under the SCI consortium, YPSA & HI organized a monitoring visit at Camp 10 Learning Center Eagle-1 and Eagle-2. In attendance were representatives from the Cox’s Bazar Education Sector, including the Education Sector Coordinator Mr. Ralph Zireva; Education Sector Information Management Masuma Yeasmin; PIB Consortium Manager Bulbul Ahmed, and Senior Manager-Education from IRC Md. Nuruzzaman. Representatives from PIB, IRC, and Prottyashi also participated.

The monitoring team assessed the technical deliverables, including the Teaching-Learning Process, facilitator classroom conduct, Children with Disabilities support, learners’ performance, and program documentation.

Following the field visit, SCI convened a debriefing session at the YPSA Education Field Office in Ukhiya, Cox’s Bazar. The session facilitated by Mr. Ralph Zireva. Representatives from the Education Sector, SCI, HI, YPSA, PIB, IRC, and Prottyashi participated in the discussion session on the field visit. The debriefing yielded valuable insights to enhance facilitator performance, learner improvement, and overall program quality, with recommendations for the consortia’s future endeavors.

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The Cox’s Bazar Education Sector in Bangladesh addresses the educational needs of Rohingya refugees and affected host communities in the Ukhiya and Teknaf sub-districts while preparing for and responding to disasters. It collaborates with the Inter-Sector Coordination Group (ISCG) and is currently partnering with INGOs, NGOs and UN agencies to support the education of Rohingya and affected host community children.