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Understanding Lebanon's Deepening Education Crisis
The new Lebanon Education in Emergencies Data Snapshot, produced by the USAID Middle East Education Research, Training and Support (MEERS) program as part of a collection of data snapshots across Middle Eastern countries, documents the overall educational situation for refugees and factors related to the COVID-19 pandemic that bear on education provision in Lebanon.
Fragility, Conflict & Statebuilding Course 2020
States of fragility are of major concern to actors spanning from local citizens to global policy makers. Not only are they particularly prone to violent conflict, they are also held responsible for a range of public bads transcending national borders. While ‘fragility’ is pervasive in donor and aid organizations’ thinking, the concept remains unclear and fuels the debate on how the international community should best respond. This course focuses on the conceptual, policy and implementation challenges of statebuilding in fragile and conflict-affected contexts.
Education as the weapon for the future: A qualitative study of education needs in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan
The people of the Nuba Mountains in Sudan have been under conflict for decades. This conflict has left the people of Nuba lacking many resources, including education support. Due to the nature of the conflict, access to the region is challenging. Still, the education organization, To Move Mountains, was able to conduct qualitative research with two communities within the conflict zone.
In their words: Teacher well-being amidst displacement and fragility in Uganda and South Sudan
This case study focuses on the research concerning teacher well-being. Many of the teachers have experienced displacement, either during previous conflicts in the region or during the current conflict.
Education levels among 8 and 9 year olds in the Nuba Mountains: Results of a Rapid Assessment Survey
Civil conflict has tremendous long-term effects on education among marginalized communities. This research is a descriptive analysis of literacy and numeracy rates among children 8 and 9 years old living in the war zone of the Nuba Mountains in Sudan.
Cameroon's Conflict Keep Schools Shut
Schoolchildren have become pawns in the fierce conflict between Cameroon's mainly French-speaking government and separatist fighters demanding independence for the country's English-speaking heartlands. The separatists are enforcing a lockdown across cities, towns and villages in the North-West and South-West regions to ensure schools remain shut for a fourth academic year in a row.
Aujourd'hui l'école est finie mais pour 262 milions d'enfants elle n'a jamais commencé
Aujourd'hui en France l’école est finie mais pour 262 millions d’enfants et de jeunes dans le monde elle n’a jamais commencé ! Mariés de force, contraints de travailler ou enrôlés dans un conflit armé… trop d’enfants et de jeunes n'ont pas accès à l'école, accroissant les inégalités.
Dirigeants du G7 : il n'y aura pas de réduction des inégalités sans éducation !
Paris 4 juillet - A la veille de la réunion des ministres de l'éducation et du développement du G7 (Paris - 5 juillet), à laquelle prendront part les ministres du G5 Sahel et du Sénégal, 60 organisations de la société civile dans le monde demandent aux dirigeants du G7 doivent s’attaquer de toute urgence aux obstacles
For Syrian Refugee Children, Kindergarten Is A Safe Haven
UNICEF has equipped 54 new kindergarten classrooms in Jordan's Azraq and Za'atari refugee camps, to give the children here a place to heal and grow strong.
Attacks on Girls’ Schools on the Rise as Taliban Make Gains
Local Taliban leaders give deputy education director of the Farah province, Mohammad Sadiq Halimi, an ultimatum. "Fire all male teachers at girls’ schools" he was told. Replace them with women — men should not teach girls, the militants said. The government did as it was told. “We didn’t want to give them an excuse” to shut down the schools by force, Mr. Halimi said.