Double Shift Schooling System

WIU is implementing the Double Shift Schooling System (DSSS) in 27 primary schools within Kyangwali, Imvepi, Rhino Camp, Palabeck-Lamwo, Palorinya-Obongi and Nakivale reaching out to 56,102 learners.

The Double Shift School System (DSSS) is an approach where a school has two shifts each day, with one group of learners -studying early in the day and a second group later in the afternoon to reduce overcrowding in classrooms. This has expanded access to education by carefully and equitably sharing available resources among a larger group of learners. It has enabled a higher transition and absorption of students into primary education, ensuring that fewer refugee children are left behind.

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