Little Ripples is a refugee-led early education education program that is adapted to the unique needs of refugee children, their community and the humanitarian context. What is most important about Little Ripples is that the program does not compromise quality, despite working in heavily under-resourced and complex settings. We believe every child has the right to state-of-the-art preschool education. Here’s what a typical day and schedule looks like for Little Ripples in refugee camp Goz Amer, eastern Chad.
6:30 am: Each morning, teachers arrive early to ensure their learning space is safe for their students, plan their daily lessons together and organize their educational material.