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Unicef Malawi: Pillar 4: A Gender Sensitive School that Promotes Equity and Equaity

This LibGuides is developed for 2017 summer trainers retreat.

Pillar 4: A Gender Sensitive School that Promotes Equity and Equality

It is a school that promotes equity, equality and provides an enabling environment that addresses the needs of girls in particular and other vulnerable children. A gender sensitive school has a culture which is boy and girl friendly, orphan and vulnerable child friendly while promoting equity and equality and gender responsive environments. 

Characteristics of:

‚Äča)  Having admission policies that are inclusive and gender responsive. An education culture such as teaching and learning methods, language, classrooms and sports grounds which are inclusive and gender responsive.

b)  Having sanitation facilities for both boys and girls

c)  Having playing fields for both boys and girls