application/pdfRanong OOSC Policy Brief (ENG/TH) No child should be discriminated against because of where he or she is from. Policy Briefing and Recommendations on Out-of-school Children in Ranong Province, Thailand, by Dr Charlie Thame for Save the Children Thailand (March 2019)04/04/20196MB
application/pdfReport Brief: Model of Education in Hard-to-Reach AreasReport Brief of Model of Education in Hard-to-Reach Areas: The KTWG Model. The full report is examines the specific teacher education model implemented in Karen areas of Myanmar, a model overseen by the Karen Teachers Working Group (KTWG) since 2002 and one that has extended well beyond support to teachers. Full report also available in Resources.06/12/2016564KB
application/pdfSave the Children Thailand 2016-2018 Strategy SummarySummary of Save the Children Thailand Strategic Plan 2016-201821/03/20162MB
application/pdfSave the Children Thailand 2016-2018 Strategy Summary (Thai)(Thai translation) Summary of Save the Children Thailand Strategic Plan 2016-201821/03/20162MB
application/pdfSave the Children’s Work in Road Safety: The 7% ProjectSave the Children launched the “7% Project” project in Thailand to decrease motorcycle deaths and injuries among Thai children by increasing helmet use. The 7% Project design employed an integrated approach that includes partnerships with media, social enterprise, government, corporate partners, schools and communities. This e-book is designed to assist programmes to fulfil their road safety objectives with children at the centre of the approach, providing guidance and innovative ideas on implementing specific interventions. For more information, see: 26/02/20203MB
application/pdfSigns and Indicators of Abuse28/04/20204MB
application/pdfStrengthening Out-of-School Children Mechanisms in TakBy Charlie Thame and Kraiyos Patrawart for Save the Children Thailand (February 2017). Thailand has made several commitments over the years towards realising the right to universal primary education for all resident school-age children. While significant progress has been made, many challenges remain, and the current government has identified the issue of Out-of- School Children (OOSC) as a priority. One persistent challenge has been estimating the numbers of OOSC and establishing their profiles and whereabouts so that interventions may be targeted to help them attend school. The present study has sought to contribute to this objective. Following a review of various methods to estimate the numbers of OOSC, and estimates of OOSC in Thailand, it presents an up-to-date nationwide estimate, an estimate for Tak Province, and estimates for the five border provinces covered by the Tak Primary Education Service Area Office 2 (PESAO). 02/08/201913MB
application/pdfSuccessful Transition FrameworkHolistic Support for Returning Refugee Students under our BEST (Basic Education Support towards Transition) and PREPS (Preparing for Reintegration through Education and Participative Solutions) projects.12/11/20186MB
application/pdfSupporting Refugee Students Repatriation (Education) BookletFinal Version29/10/20187MB
application/pdfThe Journey of Refugee and Asylum-Seeking ChildrenThis report reviews the maritime movements of refugees and migrants across South East Asia, focusing on refugee and asylum-seeking children and their experiences in countries of origin, transit and destination. The study underlines the urgent need to establish domestic and cross-border child‑sensitive, protection-oriented systems to ensure protection for refugee and asylum-seeking and migrant children. It is essential to ensure that they are not detained under any circumstances and are provided with healthcare and quality education.27/12/20161MB
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