As a result of different activities done and implemented, school absenteeism, drop out among learners has been declining. The involvement of parents and communities in education through the Social Accountability and School Governance Programme provided a platform for the parents to understand their roles in the provision of education of the children. Established school health coordinating structures for planning and coordinating activities among stakeholders and implementers. School communities are reached and capacitated on school health programs, equipped them with the required understanding for them to be able to support with the implementation and promoted ownership. Continuous professional development for teachers to strengthen learning support for learners with disabilities and other special needs in education using the Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL) approach has contributed to positive learning outcomes amongst this group of learners. Collaboration and partnership with stakeholders and development partners has been established and strengthened.

Thematic Focus Area 1: Inclusive, equitable, safe and healthy schools Good practice - Summit 2022 Namibia Africa