UNICEF guidelines for safe reopening of schools
UNESCO, UNICEF, WFP and World Bank today issued new guidelines on the safe reopening of schools after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Access it here: UNICEF guidelines for safe reopening of schools
The guidelines offer practical advice to the governments and local authorities on how to keep children safe when they return to school. Schools must look at how they can reopen better – with improved learning and more comprehensive support for children at the school including health, nutrition, psychosocial support and water, sanitation and hygiene facilities.
The guidelines include:
Once schools begin to reopen, the priority becomes reintegrating students into school settings safely and in ways that allow learning to pick up again, especially for those who suffered the biggest learning losses.
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