Management of Emergency Peace Education Programmes for Boko Haram Internally Displaced Persons in Yola Refugee Camp of Adamawa State Nigeria

Kabiru Mohammed Badau, Olowoselu Abdulrasheed

Abstract


Education is a fundamental right of children even under emergency situations. The purpose of this study was to asses, access resources, curriculum activities, coordination of capacity building in managing emergency peace education programmes for Boko Haram internally displaced persons in Yola Refugee Camp of Adamawa State. Data was collected using teachers assessment of emergency peace Education for Internally Displaced Persons questionnaire (TAEPEIDPQ) consisting of twenty (20) items. The findings of the study was that most of the children of Boko Haram displace persons had no access to emergency peace education, resources were not provided for emergency peace education, curriculum activities were not supported and coordination of capacity building were not carried out by Governments, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), international and donor agencies for Boko Haram Internally Displaced Persons in Yola Refugee Camp of Adamawa State. Conclusion and recommendations on how to manage emergency peace education were offered.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jsss.v2i2.7138

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