Creating girls’ access to education during emergencies in Bangladesh
Creating girls’ access to education during emergencies is always challenging. Research shows that girls in emergencies are disadvantaged at all stages of education and are more likely to be out-of-school than in non-emergency settings. Girls are also struggling to learn throughout the globe. This webinar will present an empirical overview of what works to support girls’ access to education in emergencies within the Bangladesh context. It includes presentations from protracted crises as well as natural disaster-related emergencies. This webinar seeks to highlight promising evidence-based actions in education for decision makers who are designing and implementing interventions to support girls’ education in humanitarian settings.
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- Musharraf Tansen, In-Country Representative for Malala Fund - Bangladesh and INEE Country Focal Point - Bangladesh 2021
- Sadia Karim, Gender Focal Person, Educo Bangladesh
- Eshrat Karim Eve, Founder & CEO, Amal Foundation
- Israt Jahan Sumi, Specialist - Myanmar Curriculum Pilot, Plan Bangladesh
- Md. Ruhul Quddus, Senior Manager - Education in Emergencies, Friendship
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