Among Save the Children’s interventions is a 16-month project aimed at reducing barriers to quality and protective education services for at risk and out of school girls and boys in the Gaza Strip. The project focused on enhancing children’s access and retention to quality and safe education opportunities through remedial education, education material support combined with referral pathways to service providers, to children and families exhibiting extreme vulnerabilities. On the school and community level, this was complemented with capacity development to targeted formal schools in community catchment areas to ensure children have access to quality and safe educational opportunities. The project directly reached 5,560 beneficiaries. This project was implemented in partnership with Tamer Institute for Community Education and Al-Mezan Center for Human Rights, with funding from the European Union.