A path to healing for students displaced by Boko Haram
Hundreds of thousands of children and youth have been displaced by the Boko Haram insurgency. As they try to move forward with their lives and education in host communities, the USAID-funded Nigeria Education Crisis Response project provides social emotional learning support to help them heal.
Can classrooms help students heal? Meet the learners, educators and government partners who are proving the power of social emotional learning to support students as they build new lives after escaping Boko Haram.
Healing by the numbers
By providing social emotional learning support in the classroom, learning facilitators in northern Nigeria are creating a powerful learning environment that fosters the success of all children and youth.
Click the photos below to learn more about social emotional learning’s positive impact.