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The LEGO Foundation launches global partnerships to support primary school teachers’ use of Learning through Play across five countries

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The Lego Foundation
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Billund, Denmark - Today, the LEGO Foundation announced partnerships with the Aga Khan Foundation, BRAC, Right To Play, UNICEF, VVOB - education for development, and RTI International. Each organisation will integrate Learning through Play pedagogies into the official in-service teacher professional development systems for primary school teachers in Kenya, Bangladesh, Ghana, Rwanda and Vietnam, an

Keeping the Promise: Ending Violence Against Children by 2030

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United Nations Violence Against Children
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The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development has an ambitious vision: to build a world free from fear and from violence for each and every child. 2019 is a milestone year for this ambition.

Education Cannot Wait and Partners Put Education First at Global Refugee Forum

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Education Cannot Wait
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New pledges by Germany, European Commission/European Union, Norway and Theirworld bring January-December 2019 donor contributions to Education Cannot Wait to over a quarter of a billion US dollars – with over half a billion US dollars raised in just three years.

Providing Education Opportunities for Syria’s Youngest Refugees

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UNESCO
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Hundreds of thousands of young children have had their education interrupted by the ongoing civil war in Syria. UNESCO Beirut sees quality early childhood education as a force for reconstruction, peace building and giving a sense of hope to young refugee children and their families.

Education Cannot Wait Announces US $3 Million First Emergency Response in Yemen to Support Children Affected by the Crisis in Resuming Their Education

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Education Cannot Wait
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Education Cannot Wait (ECW) announced today a US$3 million first emergency response to support education in emergencies efforts for girls and boys who are affected by the escalating crisis in the Western Coastal governorates of Yemen, which are currently hosting more than one third of the 3.6 million internally displaced population in the country.