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ENSURING EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR REFUGEE AND HOST COMMUNITY CHILDREN IN ETHIOPIA Pal Biel Jany, 15, grade 4, wants to be the future president of South Sudan. He goes to school in Makod Primary and Secondary School in Tierkidi Refugee Camp, Gambella Region. UNICEF Ethiopia/2018/Mersha
Refugee primary school teacher Changkuoth Ter Wal ...
TRANSPARENCY FIRST NEW OPEN-UNICEF PORTAL PROVIDES COMPREHENSIVE INFORMATION ON FLOW OF FUND’S INVESTMENT FROM DONOR TO POOLED FUND
Education Cannot Wait (ECW) is pleased to announce a new transparency mechanism that provides up-to-date and comprehensive information on the flow of the Fund’s ...
HOPE IN A WORLD GONE MAD ‘When we learn and play here, I feel peace in my heart, and forget what has happened to me.’ Janat Ara, 12. Name changed to protect identity. Photo: Save the Children/Daphnee Cook
SURVIVING ATTACKS AND GUNFIRE A ROHINGYA GIRL FINDS ...
FROM THE QUARRY TO THE CLASSROOM In crisis stricken Somalia, children often need to work to provide food for themselves and their families. One of these children is 12-year-old Nadifa, who worked in a quarry to support her family. With support from Intersos and Education Cannot ...
EDUCATION IN CRISIS: AN INHERENT HUMAN RIGHT Shofika is a nine-year-old refugee in Bangladesh that’s benefiting from timely education responses funded by Education Cannot Wait. ‘I love learning the songs and the dances in the learning centre.’ Photo Daphnee Cook/Save The Children
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INTERNATIONAL DAY OF EDUCATION – MESSAGE FROM THE UN SECRETARY-GENERAL Today we celebrate the first International Day of Education.
Education transforms lives. As United Nations Messenger of Peace Malala Yousafzai once said: “one child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world”. Nelson Mandela rightly called education ...
Dutch Minister Sigrid Kaag highlights the vital importance of education in crisis PARTNER VOICES Q&A
‘In times of crisis, education offers stability, security, prospects for the future, and opportunities to acquire vital knowledge and skills’
As part of its efforts to tackle the root causes of poverty and instability – and improve ...
REVERSING THE CYCLE Poch Jackson Petov has been a refugee all his life. Energetic, determined and fearless, the 25-year-old Poch has created opportunities for himself – seemingly out of nothing. Photo © UNICEF
IN ETHIOPIA PIONEERING PROGRAMME GIVES ADVANCED EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS TO TRAIN ...
CHILDREN OF HOPE UNHCR estimates that 4 million refugees worldwide (aged 5 to 17) are not enrolled in school, with 61 per cent attendance in elementary schools and 23 per cent in secondary schools. The Global Compact on Refugees and the Global Compact ...
‘EDUCATION IS AT THE HEART OF YOUNG PEOPLE’S FUTURE, THEIR COMMUNITIES AND OUR PLANET’ –... Sarah Brown connecting with children in the field. Photo © Theirworld
GLOBAL EDUCATION ADVOCATE SARAH BROWN EXPLORES PRIORITIES FOR EDUCATION IN CRISIS AND A NEW REPORT ON SAFE SCHOOLS AND LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
Sarah Brown is a passionate advocate for global ...

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