[Updated 18 May with new animation]
These multimedia products are designed to assist in communicating about the facilities and benefits of child-friendly spaces and temporary learning centres; encouraging families to help their children access these facilities.
Materials are primarily designed for use in information hubs or within community spaces and listening groups, but could also be used by agency field staff, volunteers and others working directly with communities. For those community members with mobile phones, the content could be shared directly with them for future reference, using Bluetooth, SD card or other transfer methods.
Preview and download the different content here:
- Factual video - Rohingya language - 3'30" - aimed at families, showing what happens in a child-friendly space and hearing from children and their parents about why they are a positive activity for children.
- Factual audio - Rohingya language - 5'30" - audio package talking with children and parents about the benefits of temporary learning centres; and including key information from a teacher about access, registration, costs and security. English transcript also available.
- [NEW] Animation - Rohingya language - 3'25" - encouraging parents to allow their children to attend learning centres, by highlighting the subjects taught and the fact that provision is free.
You may also be interested in the radio listener group programmes that have been produced about learning centres. The entire set of programmes (on a range of different topics) are available here - issues relating to learning centres are particularly covered in programme 55.
These materials are part of an ongoing series of multimedia outputs being produced by BBC Media Action to enhance the range and quality of tools available to information hubs, listener groups and other community-facing information services within the Rohingya emergency response. The work is being delivered in partnership with Action Against Hunger and IOM; and is funded by Global Affairs Canada, the UK Department for International Development and the US government's bureau of population, refugees and migration.
Thanks to Save the Children, who provided access to their child-friendly spaces and temporary learning centres.
The radio listener group programmes are based on materials produced by Banglades Betar and are supported by UNICEF.