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Baseline Assessment for Education Cash Transfer Programming for IDPs in Dahuk

Sujet/Objectif: 

It aimed to improve the efficiency of potential humanitarian cash assistance for improved education access in the target areas by ascertaining baseline location-specific information on available education facilities and caseloads, as well as identify household-level barriers to education access in 3 districts within Dahuk Governorate: Dahuk, Summel and Zakho.

Méthodologie: 

A mixed methodology of household sampling, focus group discussions, and key informant interviews was employed - as part of which all 647 available public schools were assessed, 30 FGDs were held with teachers, 546 households were interviewed, and 14 social worker interviews were held across all districts.

Principales constatations: 

The assessment found that education-related costs were a key barrier to education access amongst both IDP and host community. Also, IDP households are in need of financial support to facilitate education access. In terms of supply and service provision, it was found that the existing school system is primarily unable to absorb more students due to a shortage of teachers, rather than institutions.

Rapport d'évaluation: 
Questionnaire d'évaluation: 
Publicly Available
Données d'évaluation: 
Publicly Available
Espace(s): 
Date(s) de l'évaluation: 
18 nov 2015 - 30 avr 2016
État de l'évaluation: 
Field work completed
Unité de Mesure: 
Community
Households
Méthode de collecte: 
Key Informant Interview
Focus group discussion
Observation
Mixed
Type de population: 
Communautés hôtes
Enseignants
Déplacés internes
Autres
Cluster / Secteurs: 
Agence(s) chef de file: 
REACH Initiative
Organisation(s) participante(s): 
Fonds des Nations Unies pour l'enfance
Lieux: 
Dahuk
Sumel
Zakho