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Mind the Gap 2: Seeking Safe and Sustainable Solutions for Girls’ Education in Crises
This report summarizes progress, gaps, challenges and opportunities in improving education and training for girls and women affected by conflict and crisis. This report monitors progress since the first Mind the Gap report and highlights the following thematic areas: distance education and the digital divide, school-related gender-based violence, and girls’ education during climate crisis.
Closing the Gap 2: Delivering Safe and Sustainable Solutions for Girls’ Education in Crises
This paper summarizes the findings of the monitoring report: Mind the Gap 2: Seeking Safe and Sustainable Solutions for Girls’ Education in Crises.
Mind the Gap 2: Statistics at a Glance
This INEE infographic visualizes key statistics from Mind the Gap 2: Seeking Safe and Sustainable Solutions for Girls’ Education in Crises, a report which monitors progress in women's and girls' education in crisis and conflict and highlights the following thematic areas: distance education and the digital divide, school-related gender-based violence, and girls’ education during climate crisis.
Understanding School-Related Gender-Based Violence: Building the Evidence Base - Highlights from Secondary Analyses of VACS in Five Different Countries
There are large gaps in global research about the complexities and nuances of SRGBV. In response, USAID’s Higher Education Solutions Network (HESN) supported AidData, a research lab at William & Mary, and Together for Girls to conduct secondary analyses of the Violence Against Children & Youth Surveys (VACS) data to identify the prevalence of SRGBV.
Technical Note on Girls’ Education, Empowerment, and the Elimination of Female Genital Mutilation
This technical note, intended for governments, practitioners, donors, academics, and UNICEF’s and UNGEI’s staff and partners implementing policies and programmes related to girls’ education and FGM, seeks to demonstrate and deepen linkages between the two, as well as present related strategies to advance girls’ education and eliminate FGM.
Session d’information/ de formation sur l’atténuation des violences basées sur le genre dans l’Éducation en Situation d’Urgence (ESU)
COVID-19 and Female Learners in South Sudan: The impact of school closures in Juba, Rumbek, Kapoeta, Torit and Pibor
The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting closure of South Sudan’s schools in March 2020 exacerbated many of the challenges female learners face in pursuing an education. Research found that increased poverty, domestic care work, early and forced marriage, and teenage pregnancy would make it difficult for female learners to return to schools when they reopened in May 2021.
A Whole School Approach to Preventing and Responding to School-Related, Gender-Based Violence (SRGBV): Prioritizing Safety from Violence as Schools Reopen
In this blog, part of the Committing to Change: Girls’ EiE from Charlevoix to COVID-19 blog series, Lydia Madyirapanze discusses the importance of education sectors addressing the impacts of the violence learners experienced during school closures, and ensure that learners are safe when schools reopen.
Life Skills through Drama
The Life Skills through Drama curriculum aims at promoting the protection of Syrian and Lebanese adolescent girls from Gender Based Violence and enhancing their psychosocial wellbeing. This curriculum addresses the basic life skills that adolescent girls living in difficult conditions in any similar cultural context could need.