Children with more complex needs who may otherwise drop out or never enroll in school are supported to stay in regular classrooms, through the support of an itinerant teacher. Humanity & Inclusion initiated Togo's model in 2010, in northern Togo in Dapaong. Since then, the system has spread to a total of 10 areas, and in 3 areas HI is not the implementing partner. InBurkina Faso, it started in 2016 and has now spread to 6 different geographical areas. Depending on a child’s needs, itinerant teacher support includes additional explanation of lesson content, sign language or braille assistance, help with homework (working alongside families), and transcribing student responses to exercises and exams.

Thematic Focus Area 1: Inclusive, equitable, safe and healthy schools Good practice - Summit 2022 Burkina Faso Togo Africa