Myanmar Humanitarian Response Plan 2021

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People in need
278.9k
People targeted
211.8k
Requirements ($)
Coverage (%)
Unmet ($)

Humanitarian profile

ID: CLEDU/BF1

Cluster Objectives

  • CO1

    More than 206,500 crisis-affected girls and boys (ages 3-17) have continued access to protective, quality and inclusive learning opportunities that promote their health and wellbeing.
  • CO2

    Some 5,295 formal and non-formal teachers’ capacity is enhanced to provide continued quality education to and cater for psycho-social and socio-emotional needs of crisis-affected learners (girls and boys aged 3-17).
  • CO3

    The national education sector (MoE and local/national NGOs) has increased capacity to prepare and respond to shocks and crises.

Indicator overview

IndicatorUnitTarget
CO1: More than 206,500 crisis-affected girls and boys (ages 3-17) have continued access to protective, quality and inclusive learning opportunities that promote their health and wellbeing.
IN1: Number of targeted girls and boys (3-10) supported by partners to access quality and inclusive pre-primary/primary learning opportunitiesChildrenShow the disaggregated data for this data point109,214
IN2: Number of targeted adolescent girls and boys (11-17) supported by partners to access quality and inclusive post-primary learning opportunities (formal and non-formal).ChildrenShow the disaggregated data for this data point97,305
CO2: Some 5,295 formal and non-formal teachers’ capacity is enhanced to provide continued quality education to and cater for psycho-social and socio-emotional needs of crisis-affected learners (girls and boys aged 3-17).
IN1: Number of targeted teachers (formal/ non-formal) who have received capacity building/training opportunities to increase their capacity to cater for psycho-social and learning needs of crisis-affected girls and boys (3-17).ChildrenShow the disaggregated data for this data point5,295
CO3: The national education sector (MoE and local/national NGOs) has increased capacity to prepare and respond to shocks and crises.
IN1: Number of national education sector staff (MoE and local/national NGO) with increased capacity to plan for, implement and monitor EiE programming (such as conflict sensitivity, DRR, needs assessments, etc.)Teachers172