Founder

Khan Bahadur Ahsanullah (R.)

KAAP-UUP project

KAAP-UUP project summery information

Project Name: The Education Service under Integrated Rehabilitation program for Upliftment of Ultra-poor Slum dwellers project.

Program:King Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz Program (KAAP)

Project Introduction:The project will provide Non‐Formal Education (NFE) to 29,250 children over five years period. During the project period, approximately 90% of these children will be mainstreamed to the formal schooling system. The project will provide a vital link between the project’s students, 15 Adolescent Development Forum (ADF) and other related networking bodies at the forefront of social action. In addition, as the ADF also works with immediate family members and the wider community. The program will also empower them, as they will be equipped with information and strategies to demand for basic services such as education, vocational training, life skills, children rights, water, sanitation, employment support and medical facilities from the local government and other agencies.

Project Agreement Number:BGD -1048

Overall Objective: Ignite the minds of children of slum dwellers; unleash their latent potentials and social energy through providing education so that they become productive members of the society.

Specific Objectives: 29,250 out of school left out and dropout children of slum dwellers are provided with quality Non‐Formal Pre‐primary, Primary (I‐V grade) and Junior Secondary (VI‐VIII grade) education by June 2025.

Outcome:

  • Outcome 1: Provided non‐formal Pre‐primary, Primary and Junior Secondary education to allchildren of slum in 3 project locations sequentially over the next 5 years.
  • Outcome 2: All Primary and Junior Secondary passed out learners are mainstreamed in theformal education system.
  • Outcome 3: No Out of School Children remained in the project area.
  • Outcome 4: Community people made aware to prevent children from abuse, violence, earlymarriage, child labor and child trafficking.
  • Outcome 5: Network with Non‐Government Organizations (NGOs) and Community Based
  • Organizations (CBOs) developed who also provided services in the samecommunities for better cooperation and collaboration.
  • Outcome 6: Developed community based organizational cooperation and coordination toensure sustainability of the program.

Project Components:

    • Pre‐primary Education
    • Non‐formal Primary Education
    • Junior Secondary Education
    • Child Rights
    • Adolescent Development

Major Activities:

  • Undertake a baseline survey to identify prospective OOSC.
  • Establishment of 75 PPPE center, 75 NFE center & 15 campus based UCLCs at project locations.
  • Prepare learners list, select and enroll them for the CLCs and UCLCs from survey list.
  • Organize monthly progress review meetings at field and central level.
  • Recruit 195 Teachers to impart pedagogies to run the learning Centers.
  • Provide 4 types of training to Teachers of different to provide quality education.
  • Supply all education materials, furniture, equipment and other logistics to the CLCs and UCLCs.
  • Organize project inception meeting with all stakeholder representatives.
  • Form Center Management Committees (CMC) Members and Community Action
  • Organize meeting with formal school Head Masters, Teaching Team and School
  • Mainstream the learners into government and non‐government formal education system.
  • Develop booklets, posters, stickers and leaflets on various issues for raising awareness
  • Conduct study and analysis on good practices.
  • Organize meeting with the local NGOs and Community Based Organizations
  • Organize regular sharing meetings of the project progress, cooperation and
  • Form Adolescent Development Forums (ADF) & Meeting with ADFs
  • Initiate network and organize motivational meetings with community‐based
  • Organize capacity building community mobilization and motivation sessions.
  • Facilitate linkages and network issues with local government and other
  • Organize capacity trainings for CMCs on sustainability issues.
  • Organize issue‐based discussion meetings with CMCs.
  • Organize national dissemination program with policy makers and civil society members.
  • Conduct Annual Progress review meetings.
  • Conduct End Evaluation to assess the project outcomes and goal.

Project Participants (Direct):[During Total Project 5 Years (June 2020 to July 2021)
Indirect

ECD

Pre-primary

Primary

JSC

Boy

Girl

Boy

Girl

Boy

Girl

Boy

Girl

0

0

5625

5625

5625

5625

3375

3375

Center=

0

Center=

75

Center=

75

Center=

45

 

 

Beneficiaries (by age)[During Total Project Year)

Children (0-10)

Adolescent (11-17)

Youth (18-25)

Adult (26-60)

Senior Citizen(61+)

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

58,500

58,500

270

270

 

 

29,250

29,250

 

 

Total Beneficiaries= direct = 29,250 Indirect= 1,76,235/-
Project Duration:Total Project 5 Years (15 June 2020 to 14 July 2025)
Financial partner (Donor):King AbdullahHumanitarian Foundation (KAHF)
Implementing partner (if any):NA
Project Location (District &Upazila): Name and number- Dhaka (Mirpur&Mohammadpur Area) Nilphamari (SaidpurUpazila), 2 district & 3 Area (Upazila)
Number of Field offices:4
Project Budget (Total)= USD4,598,324(Donor= 4,000,000, DAM=76,002, community=522,321)
Number of project staffs and volunteers:

Staff (Regular)

Paid Volunteer

Non-Paid Volunteer

M

F

M

F

M

F

34

18

30

165

1140

615

Contact Person:
Name & Designation: Md. Shahidul Islam, Project Director& (Joint Director of Education & TVET Sector)
Email:shahid.dam@gmail.com, Cell : 01712835534