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Advocacy Statement

Should We Reopen Schools? A Child-Centered Position for Uganda

Published
English

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.

Manual/Handbook/Guide

Education in Emergencies - Child Protection Collaboration Framework

Published by
IASC Global Education Cluster
Published
English
French
Spanish

The CP-EiE Collaboration framework supports Education and CP coordination teams’ predictable and coherent collaboration throughout the Humanitarian Programme Cycle (HPC). At each step of the HPC, it provides steps to strengthen CP-EiE collaboration, promising collaboration practices from country coordination groups, and tools and resources to support collaboration.

Emergency Update/Report

Education in Emergencies: Middle East Data Snapshots

Published by
FHI360
US Agency for International Development (USAID)
Published
English

The Education Data Snapshots for Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, and Yemen use a variety of data sources to provide up-to-date information about the impact of conflict on education. The snapshots contain a brief conflict summary, a map of the severity of education need by governorate, and recent education statistics.

Report

Learning Renewed: A safe way to reopen schools in the Global South

Published by
Education Development Trust (formerly CFBT)
Published
English

Policymakers in low-income countries face an apparently impossible dilemma: keeping schools closed will create catastrophic learning loss, while reopening may be highly dangerous and unacceptable to parents and teachers. We argue that there is a way of dealing with this dilemma, and that the choice is not, in fact, quite so binary. There is a middle way. 

Training Materials

Gender Responsive Pedagogy Teacher Training Pack (GRPTT)

Published by
Plan International
Published
English

The Gender Responsive Pedagogy Teacher Training (GRPTT) pack integrates gender equality into child-centered teacher professional development. The pack is adaptable to multiple contexts and is designed to provide practical solutions for teachers in low-resource environments. 

Report

COVID-19: A Reason to Double Down on Investments in Pre-primary Education

Published by
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
Published
English

This paper summarizes the recent UNICEF analysis on investing in early childhood education in developing countries. It provides a benefit-cost analysis of investments in pre-primary education in 109 developing low- and middle-income countries and territories, using data from 2008 to 2019.

Manual/Handbook/Guide

Building back equal: Girls back to school guide

Published by
Plan International
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Office (UNESCO)
United Nations Girls Education Initiative (UNGEI)
Published
English
French
Spanish

The guide provides targeted inputs to ensure continuity of learning during school closures, and comprehensive, timely and evidence-based plans for reopening schools in a way that is safe, gender-responsive and child-friendly, and meets the needs of the most marginalised girls