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We are facing an education emergency. At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, over 1.6 billion learners were out of school. For the first time in human history, an entire global generation has had their education disrupted. And we know from...

During the height of the pandemic, 1.6 million learners were out of school. Listen to global education leaders discuss COVID-19's impact on children's learning and well-being, share positive global policy and funding practices, and highlight the...

Promising Practices in Refugee Education is a joint initiative of Save the Children, the world’s largest independent children’s rights organisation, UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, and Pearson, the world’s learning company. Launched in March 2017,...

At least  1.2 million children across Lebanon  have had their education disrupted for more than one year, with many having last attended school in October 2019, following protests and civil unrest. This is impacting Lebanese, Syrian and...

This briefing sets out the extensive education needs in Yemen after more than six years of conflict and resulting impact on infrastructure, teachers, protection, as well as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. It highlights Save the Children’s...

This briefing note highlights the immediate and long-term devastating impact of attacks on education on the millions of children, teachers and schools that are affected by the brutal seven-year conflict in Yemen. It also aimed at ensuring that...

At the end of 2019, at least 13.4 million school-age children (5-17 years old) were internally displaced due to conflict or violence. These numbers are likely an underestimate with many internally displaced children unaccounted for due to lack of...

‘Build back better’ has long been a rallying cry of crisis responses – and is being used frequently today. However, given the scale of the global learning crisis even before the Covid-19 pandemic – with one child in six denied their right to...

This document will help practitioners across all thematic areas link children and their families to existing services and programmes, in order to help the most vulnerable and marginalised children overcome barriers to safely access or return to...

All children must be afforded equal opportunity to receive a quality, inclusive and accessible education. On the 18 th September 2021, it was announced by the de-factoleadership in Afghanistan that secondary schools in Afghanistan will be...

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