Save the Children utilise Moodle to support young girls’ future in Bangladesh

In identifying that a significant proportion of adolescent girls of the Rohingya refugee population do not attend school, Save the Children designed the Adolescent Girls Non-Formal Education in Emergency (AGNEE) program, to help girls continue their education. Utilising the open source Moodle LMS, the vulnerable group of girls were able to increase their literacy and numeracy skills and improve their knowledge of technology through collaborative online learning and tutor engagement. Most importantly, the refugee community celebrated the AGNEE program’s investment in their girls’ future and role in motivating young females to continue learning.

Cox’s Bazaar is a district in southeastern Bangladesh, bordering Myanmar, with a very important Rohingya refugee population of over 1.2 million from Myanmar’s Rakhine state. When Save the Children first visited the refugee camp to assess the situation of the youngest population, they noticed that a very significant number of adolescent girls were not in school.

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