Inclusive Education sector guiding note on COVID-19

The closure of schools not only disrupts education, but also access to food programmes, social support, personal assistance or medical care, often accessed through schools. Children are at increased risk of child protection issues without the protective and social environment of a school, and linked services. There are increased risks for children with disabilities, if they are unable to access such services, and they are likely to be more at risk and yet have less access to prevention and treatment.

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