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Save the Children International,Save the Children Rwanda
Rwanda has made impressive progress in improving access to education achieving universal enrollment and gender equality over the past decade and a half. Still, significant challenges remain in ensuring that children acquire even basic literacy skills universally. Although children do not reach age-appropriate stages of development and learning, the negative relationship between violence against children and their development and learning is now well understood.
Doing chores helps children learn what to do to care for themselves, a home, and a family. When children contribute to family life, it helps them feel competent and responsible.
The endline evaluation finds that students who have experienced any form of violence at school stand at 27.83% from 39.6%.
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