Since the beginning of the current humanitarian crisis in Iraq, more than three million school-aged children and adolescents have experienced disruption to their education. Providing continuity of learning and protection for affected children demands that agencies such as World Vision adopt a flexible design and agile implementation approach.

In February 2015, World Vision commenced the Let Us Learn project to support 12,240 internally displaced people living in the Berseve I and Berseve II camps, and in host communities in the Dohuk governorate of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI).

The project aims to deliver education and child protection interventions that contribute to the learning continuity, psychosocial well-being and increased resilience of children affected by displacement.

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