Children

AMA participates in UNICEF’s mobilization for child and adolescent education

Experts from the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) skilled over 200 technicians and municipal secretaries in Alagos this Thursday (28) to get youngsters and youngsters again to high school. The “Meeting for Education at UNICEF Seal – Strengthening Public Policy for Children” had the participation of the Association of Alagoas Municipalities (AMA), represented by Technical Advisor, Enildes Barbosa, to strengthen technical help to municipalities in the battle in opposition to college dropout. and exclusion, in addition to making certain education.

There may also be conferences in 18 states. Each municipality had the potential for enrolling a most of three professionals, with UNICEF SEAL being a municipal articulator, an education mobilizer and Busca Ativa Escolar’s operational coordinator.

During the occasion, the municipal groups had the chance to deepen the case research and ask questions in regards to the methods shared by UNICEF for those that are out of college or liable to dropping out, akin to Active School Search and Trajectories of School Success. “In instances like this, we strengthen our contracts with every municipality, collectively in search of out each lady and boy, guaranteeing their proper to be in secure faculties, to reside collectively and to study”, highlights UNICEF Education Specialist Veronica Bejera.

Face-to-face conferences are a part of the UNICEF SEAL method, which incorporates distant coaching and steady sharing of content material and supplies all through the version. In addition to subjects associated to education, the significance of proactive search for vaccines, early childhood improvement and safety in opposition to violence, amongst others, will probably be addressed.

exclusion

In current years Brazil has been slowly making progress in getting youngsters and adolescents into college. But the Covid-19 pandemic has caused a two-decade regression. As of November 2020, greater than 5 million ladies and boys in Brazil had no entry to education, in response to analysis printed by UNICEF. The survey indicated that about 1.5 million college students didn’t attend college (distance or face-to-face) and one other 3.7 million who have been enrolled, didn’t have entry to high school actions and have been unable to continue learning at house.

UNICEF Seal

The UNICEF Seal is a UNICEF initiative to strengthen municipal public insurance policies concentrating on youngsters and adolescents. By adhering to the UNICEF Seal, municipalities commit to creating childhood and adolescence a precedence on their public coverage agenda. The method contains monitoring social indicators and implementing measures that assist the municipality adjust to the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which is mirrored in the Statute of Children and Adolescents in Brazil. Adherence to the UNICEF seal is voluntary. 81 of the 102 municipalities in Alagoas are a part of this initiative.

The success of the UNICEF Seal is the results of a partnership between UNICEF and state and municipal governments by coordinated and intersectoral motion. The present version (2021-2024) has the participation of two,023 municipalities in 18 states, house to greater than 17 million youngsters and adolescents. Reaching these ladies and boys and mobilizing these public managers is barely doable due to the assist of hundreds of personal donors who consider in UNICEF’s mandate and companions akin to B3 Social, Instituto Claro, Grupo Profarma, Coelba, Selpe, Cosern, Elektro, Enel, Energisa, Equatorial Energy and RGE.

About UNICEF

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) works in essentially the most tough locations on the planet to succeed in the world’s most deprived youngsters. In greater than 190 nations and territories, UNICEF works to construct a greater world for each child, all over the place, for everybody.

See the complete agenda of “Encontros pela Educação no Selo UNICEF” at selounicef.org.br/agenda.

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