ROHI provides access to quality education in a protective, inclusive gender-responsive learning environment to children affected by conflicts and outbreaks that hinder them from getting the kind of education they deserve. Through collaborations and partnership with other national and international NGOs, her projects provide support to local educational authorities to boost enrolment of learners, especially the girl-child, and to reduce dropout rates of learners affected by the protracted insurgent activities that have led to displacement of families and loss of access to basic educational services. Over the years, ROHI has been intervening in many IDP camps and communities where the insurgent activities have triggered the need for educational services and support to strengthen the capacity of learners. This is done by providing scholastic materials, teacher and SBMC trainings and securing a conducive learning environment for the learners. Formal teaching and learning activities are provided using a shift approach, where necessary, at project locations; and catch-up Interactive Radio Instructions (IRI) approach is employed to deliver lessons in English and other local languages like Hausa and Kanuri, as an accelerated educational activity to learners usually enrolled in clusters with a guide-teacher in each. This is to ensure that every vulnerable child is reached with basic educational experience. A massive coverage of awareness is also achieved through multi-linguistic educational advocacies aired on radio channels.