application/pdfMigrant Education Policy BriefPolicy brief and review of education for Migrant children in Thailand.03/04/20152MB
application/pdfMigrant Education Policy Brief (Thai)(Thai translation). Policy brief and review of education for migrant children in Thailand. 01/04/20151MB
application/pdfMigrant Education Reading AssessmentCarried out as part of Save the Children’s and World Education’s research into migrant education in Thailand, the assessment identifies the reading levels of migrant children in learning centers and in Thai public schools, compares how well children are reading in different languages, and identifies factors which are supporting reading such as home environment and access to books.03/04/2015492KB
application/pdfModel of Education in Hard-to-Reach Areas: The KTWG ModelThe report draws upon evidence accumulated over the past decade showing the impact of the KTWG’s work in addressing significant gaps in education quality in areas throughout South-Eastern Myanmar, many of which are isolated, rural, and hard-to-reach. The study reflects on the relevance of such a model in supporting ethnic teachers and students in the rapidly-changing Myanmar context and draws on external literature to validate the approaches used in terms of teacher professional development, teacher quality, and student learning.06/03/20174MB
application/pdfOur Work in Anti-Trafficking 2019Save the Children have been combating trafficking in persons in Thailand since the year 2000. We empower children and young people to prevent unsafe migration and raise awareness of the risks associated with unsafe migration, including trafficking. We ensure that essential services are provided to victims of trafficking, including protection, psychological support and access to basic education and health services. All our work is conducted in close coordination with the Royal Thai Government and the Division of Anti-trafficking in Persons.24/07/2019937KB
application/pdfOut-of-school Children Policy Briefing (TH/ENG)Policy Briefing and Recommendations on cost-effective models for national scale-up of data management in Tak Province, Thailand, by Charlie Thame and Kraiyos Patrawart for Save the Children Thailand (October 2017)17/04/20192MB
application/pdfPathways to a Better FutureA Review of Education for Migrant Children in Thailand. A situational analysis of two communities in Thailand: Bangkok and Mae Sot01/04/20152MB
application/pdfPeppa Pig Hand-washing Activity SheetsA set of Peppa Pig Hand-washing activities that parents can use with their children.28/04/202011MB
application/pdfPositive Discipline in Everyday Parenting16/08/20172MB
application/pdfPositive Discipline in Everyday ParentingPositive discipline is based on children’s rights to healthy development, protection from violence and participation in their learning. This book shows parents how they can teach their children while respecting their human rights.16/08/20172MB
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