Here is a compilation of 35+ toolkits, designed for the the quick reference of the NGOs and CSOs on various pressing issues affecting the African continent. These toolkits have been made available by various international organizations and programs implemented across the world. A Free Private Health Policy Toolkit for Africa “Private Health Policy Toolkit for… [Read More]
A list of free guides, how-to tools and other resources on Education for NGOs and development professionals.
Youth Advocacy in Practice: Pilot Toolkit for Facilitators is a guide to inform practitioners implementing programmes to address FGM and forced marriage with young people from diverse communities in Europe. It provides key principles for effective engagement of young people on advocacy, awareness raising, peer to peer education and mentoring, as well as public action… [Read More]
VVOB, Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE) and public education partners in Rwanda, South Africa and Zambia have joined forces to develop a practical approach to gender-responsive pedagogy for early childhood education (GRP4ECE). The Gender-Responsive Pedagogy in Early Childhood Education (GRP4ECE) toolkit empowers preschool teachers and school leaders to challenge gender stereotypes where they can… [Read More]
Women and Young Persons with Disabilities: Guidelines for Providing Rights-Based and Gender-Responsive Services to Address Gender-Based Violence and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights aims to provide practical and concrete guidelines for making GBV and SRHR services more inclusive of and accessible to women and young persons with disabilities and for targeting interventions to meet… [Read More]
If you are just beginning to think about taking action on education, you can work your way through the toolkit from start to finish. But you can also dip in to pick up useful hints or activities to help you carry out your existing plans. Plan International knows this toolkit doesn’t cover everything you might… [Read More]
This toolkit guides trainers in training recipients to enhance the quality of disability inclusive education. It can be used by trainers who train parents, professors, school teachers, politicians, disabled people, and other stakeholders about disability inclusive education. Although this content is primarily meant to be used in Armenia, it may be feasible to adapt some… [Read More]
Toolkit – A resource for a school which explains Human Rights Friendly Schools (HRFS) in detail. Generally, if a teacher or administrator is the key person in a school who is coordinating the implementation of the initiative, they would be able to use the toolkit to find out everything they need to do what HRFS… [Read More]