Our Definition of Quality Education
Good quality education provides all learners with the capabilities to become economically productive, develop sustainable livelihoods, contribute to peaceful and democratic societies and enhance individual well-being.
The learning outcomes that are required vary according to context, but at the end of the primary education, the cycle must include:
- Threshold levels of literacy and numeracy.
- Basic scientific knowledge.
- Life skills include awareness and prevention of disease.
Capacity development to improve the quality of teachers and other education stakeholders is crucial throughout this process.
Training workshop to prepare for the employment exam for English language graduates At YFG 2020
Six Crucial Dimensions of Quality Education
What do we believe?
You First Gaza believes that education leads to empowerment: a process of strengthening individuals, organizations, and communities, so they get more control over their situations and environments.
Quality education is a crucial factor in combating poverty and inequality in society. In quality education, YFG distinguishes six dimensions that all organization interventions need to meet.
We believe in equity, contextualization and Relevance, child-friendly, teaching and learning, sustainability, balanced approach, and learning outcomes.
A Fundamental Principle
You First Gaza firmly believes that quality education can only be achieved if equity, and particularly gender equity, is completed within the education system.