Mobile schools/centers

The Stepping Stones program aims to improve the government's existing Anganwadi early childhood development centres for indigenous tribal groups in rural communities through the development of an enhanced curriculum, use of technology to track implementation and child outcomes, public-private partnerships, and community engagement.
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Mobile Creches provides free education, nutrition, and healthcare for the young children of migrant construction workers at urban construction sites and slums around Delhi.
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True North provides Early Childhood Development services aimed at ensuring that young children in marginalized Cape Town communities are prepared for their future education.
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Jailoo kindergartens are mobile kindergartens set up in tent-like structures in high mountain pastures, or jailoo, of Kyrgyzstan to provide educational and developmental opportunities for children of nomadic families who move to remote areas for several months each year to graze their livestock.
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Building Trust International's MOVINGschools serve displaced refugee and migrant communities on the Thai-Burmese border.
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Salam Project for Street Children seeks to significantly reduce the number of street children living and working on the streets of Cairo by providing outreach and drop-in services (basic health and nutritional services) that emphasize alternative livelihood strategies and offer vocational training services leading to eventual social integration.
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WEMA Dreamcatcher is a bus fitted with computers offering street children free access to e-learning to improve literacy and numeracy skills.
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