This World Children’s Day, help restart learning within 72 hours of an emergency.
Kids coping with crises crave normalcy. Attending classes helps children cope with the devastation around them and creates an oasis of learning for children in emergencies. UNICEF’s School-in-a-Box helps get temporary classes up and running within 72 hours of an emergency. Used in many back-to-school operations around the world, the kit contains supplies and materials for a teacher and up to 40 students.
The kit includes basic school supplies, provided in a locked aluminium box - the lid of which can double as a blackboard when coated with the special paint included in the kit. Using a locally developed teaching guide and curriculum, teachers can establish makeshift classrooms almost anywhere. The contents of the kit are culturally neutral and can be used anywhere in the world.
Last Updated @ 1/15/2018 4:56:00 PM
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How do the items reach the children in need?
Depending on the location, urgency and situation the items are transported by air or ship to the country where they are needed. UNICEF makes every effort to bring life-saving and life-changing items to even the most ‘hard to reach’ children. Whether they are in isolated communities or are living through an emergency situation, we try to be there. If that means using cars, helicopters, motorcycles, bikes, donkeys or canoes to deliver the goods – we’ll do it.
Where will my gift be sent?
The destination of your gift is determined by the immediate needs of children worldwide. Our specialist staff work in more than 190 countries and territories to monitor the situation and needs of children and define which items are most needed, when and where.