Project : Education Cannot Wait (ECW) April 2019- March 2022
AWEC is going to implement the three-year Education project in Paktika Province in collaboration with SCI and other consortium members. The proposed project is based on the ECW-MYRP programmer three-year design, targeting the most vulnerable displaced population in Afghanistan, with a particular focus on girls and IDP and returnee refugee communities. The project design is also in line with the Afghanistan constitution, National Education Strategic Plan (NESP) III priorities, the Afghanistan Humanitarian Response Plan for 2018-21 (Outcome 2.4) and the Education in Emergencies Working Group (EiE-WG) goal, this project will provide safe and equitable access to education. AWEC is implementing ACCEL project in Paktika province for 5481 students who are out of school with any reason, currently there are 143 classes including CBE, ALP and Preschool, running in the mentioned province which covers 9 districts including capital of Paktika (Sharana). The classes are located in different places, where most of the children are out of school.


 Kits distribution in Sharak female CBE class, & Male:
On Sep 22 AWEC Paktika started the last phase of training for our teachers at Orgun where 29 female and 22 male teachers from Sarobi and Orgun districts participated in it, on September 26 AWEC completed the training and distributed certificates among teachers graduated from the training during a ceremony where DED reps and Orgune Teacher Training Centre reps participated in that program. This entire training process was a greater success as most of our teachers got trained on the Basic Pedagogy, Child Protection, and Child Safe guarding. This was the first time that female teachers in Paktika received training not only in the capital of Paktika but also in districts. The training got implemented very well and the entire process of training was observed by M&E, PED, DEDs on a regular basis.

Coordination Meetings:
September 1st, AWEC – Paktika team had a coordination meeting with head of Sharana Teacher Training College Mr. Rahmatullah Hemat to provide facility for our 5 days’ teachers training program. He allocated two large rooms for our trainers to use them as classes for 1st phase of teachers training. On September 3, 2019 AWEC Paktika project coordinator had meeting with PED to coordinate and inform them about teacher training process for all hired teachers of AWEC. The project coordinator gave detailed information on how and where the training will take place and how many male and female teachers will be trained in this process. September 21 AWEC – Paktika project coordinator had coordination meeting with Issak Aryan, head of Orgun Teacher Training Centre, to have two separate halls or rooms for male and female teachers for 3rd phase of teacher training. Mr. Aryan promised to provide us not only catering facility but also help us technically.


Teacher Training's:
On Sep 22 AWEC Paktika started the last phase of training for our teachers at Orgun where 29 female and 22 male teachers from Sarobi and Orgun districts participated in it, on September 26 AWEC completed the training and distributed certificates among teachers graduated from the training during a ceremony where DED reps and Orgune Teacher Training Centre reps participated in that program. This entire training process was a greater success as most of our teachers got trained on the Basic Pedagogy, Child Protection, and Child Safe guarding. This was the first time that female teachers in Paktika received training not only in the capital of Paktika but also in districts. The training got implemented very well and the entire process of training was observed by M&E, PED, DEDs on a regular basis.