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At a time when the world is experiencing the highest levels of displacement on record, it is of upmost importance to look for solutions that foster empathy, capacity development, and empowerment.
The Little Ripples model has demonstrated: delivery of a high-quality, context- and culturally-specific curriculum; high student attendance rates; teacher retention rates of 80% over five years; and program sustainability.
The Little Ripples curriculum is a pre-established, evidence-based outline that trains and guides refugee teachers in mindfulness, play-based literacy and numeracy, empathy and social emotional development, positive behavior management and protection, peacebuilding, and hygiene practices for young children.
Little Ripples aims to build the capacity of refugee women to implement and manage early childhood education in their community.