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PlayMatters at Home- Emergency Materials
As PlayMatters’ interventions were still in nascent stages of development when the COVID-19 pandemic forced school closures around the world, including in East Africa, the consortium quickly pivoted to develop a family-friendly home learning program to help caregivers engage their children in educational play.
Protect a Generation: The impact of COVID-19 on children's lives
Save the Children carried out a global survey of children and their parents or caregivers during the COVID-19 pandemic, to find out the impact that the pandemic is having on their access to healthcare, their education, their family finances and their safety, and to hear from children themselves on these topics.
Special report: An NRC investigation finds that the fear of Covid-19 is leading to an alarming rise in stress levels amongst refugee and displaced children in the Middle East.
Should We Reopen Schools? A Child-Centered Position for Uganda
The government of Uganda has imposed a lockdown as a pre-emptive measure to control the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. Even with a gradual, phased return, the majority of Uganda’s youth remain in their homes. This has meant missed learning opportunities and led to a rise in rates of violence against children (VAC) in their homes and communities.
Learning in a COVID-19 World: The Unique Risks of Falling Behind for Children in Humanitarian Settings
Children in humanitarian settings face a double crisis as the health emergency disrupts their opportunities to learn, develop and thrive. Ensuring children can continue to learn during the pandemic, no matter their access to technology, must be central to the COVID-19 response in fragile contexts.
Social Emotional Learning Distance Learning Activity Pack
This pack of activities is intended to support distance learning opportunities for children who are currently out of school and have no, or limited, access to quality education. These materials can also be used as a compliment to formal or non-formal education where social emotional learning (SEL) is not adequately covered by the curriculum.
Relationship Between Post-Migration Risks and Holistic Learning Among Syrian Refugee Children in Lebanon
Our research with Syrian refugee children in Lebanon adds to a growing body of evidence that such experiences of adversity can impact the foundational cognitive and behavioral skills that forecast later learning.
Elevating Education in Emergencies
This framing paper focuses on the humanitarian-development nexus and the role of coordination in ensuring uninterrupted learning for affected children and youth in crisis contexts.
Reimagining Education and Skills in a Post-COVID World
Over half a billion adolescents have had their learning disrupted in the wake of COVID-19; how can we ensure youth are successful today and that education systems are more prepared to deal with future shocks?
Education and Learning for Adolescents and Youth during COVID-19
The webinar (part of our COVID-19 webinar series) focuses on Education and Learning for Adolescents and Youth during the global pandemic. Join us to hear from young people, EiE practitioners, and advocates from a range of settings.