Ensure Students Graduate from Emanyata Secondary School Equipped to Succeed
Establish a comprehensive life skills, guidance, and counseling program for ESS girl students by 2022.
Aim for 90% of ESS students to achieve Division 1 to 3 in Form 2 and 4 national examinations by 2024.
Increase ESS enrollment by 30% by 2024.
Maintain ESS dropout rate at 0% by 2024.
Improve sanitation, staff/guest housing, and student dining facilities by 2024.
Strive for 70% of ESS students to pay their own school fees by 2024.
Promote community awareness and enrollment of children in the Pre-Form 1 program to make it self-sustaining.
Sponsor academically able girls to ESS and support high-performing female graduates’ tertiary education.
Enhance support from local traditional leaders.
Generate income from the school farm and other activities, aiming for self-sustainability by 2024.
Reinvest 80% of project profits for expansion and allocate 20% for bursaries and scholarships.
Protect Vulnerable Girls Through the Girl’s Rescue Centre
Legally register the Rescue Centre by 2020.
Expand accommodation capacity at the Rescue Centre by 20% by 2024.
Provide educational or vocational training plans for all girls at the Rescue Centre.
Build the Capacity of Schools to Provide Pastoralist Girls with a Safe, High-Quality Education
Establish beacon schools for literacy classes in three districts by 2024.
Strengthen 60 School Clubs through training and activities.
Train 900 teachers in improved teaching methods by 2024.
Train 60 School Committees with management plans in three districts.
Implement reporting mechanisms for child protection cases in 60 schools.
Conduct annual literacy assessments in primary schools to improve transition and performance.
Build Support for Quality Education for Pastoralist Girls
Train girls in advocacy through creative arts by 2022.
Raise awareness on education importance, sign child protection policies in communities.
Increase follow-up of reported child abuse cases in three districts.
Advocate for quality education in communities, with action plans.
Provide Quality Assurance reports for schools in three districts, leading to increased budgets.
These strategies collectively aim to enhance the education and well-being of pastoralist girls, ensuring they have the resources, support, and opportunities needed for a brighter future.