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Adapting Right To Play education programs to address gender inequalities during COVID-19
Right To Play is working to ensure that girls' rights to education and protection are not permanently reversed during the COVID-19 pandemic through their Gender Responsive Education and Transformation (GREAT) project in Mozambique, Rwanda and Ghana.
Gender-responsive Education in the Context of COVID19: Framework and Progressive Standards for South Asia
Based on a child-centered, cross-sectoral framework, this document sets forth evidence-informed progressive standards to support gender-responsive actions that address the unique needs of girls and boys at risk of not engaging in education, training or employment.
Move girls’ education out of the line of fire!
Education can uplift communities and help build just, equal, inclusive and peaceful societies. Yet over 130 million girls worldwide were out of school before the pandemic, and 11 million girls may not return to school this year due to the health crisis, putting them at risk of adolescent pregnancy, early and forced marriage, and violence.
Children’s Voices at the Centre: Lessons from World Vision’s child participation models
Inviting young people to the conversation benefits all of us. Yet all too often, we presume that adults can do a better job of making decisions for children.
Back-to-school, but not back to normal: Lessons from Aga Khan's field programs
With support from the Government of Canada, Aga Khan Foundation Canada (AKFC) and our partners have spent the past five months planning and implementing a COVID-19 response plan geared towards helping children in Uganda, Tanzania, and Kenya continue learning at home during school closures.
Stories: Why governments need to provide education during and after conflicts and/or disasters - Malawi
This story from the Forum for African Women Educationalists was collected as part of INEE's 20th Anniversary commemoration to highlight how education in the midst of crisis and upheaval has made a difference for our members and those they work with (learners, youth, teachers, caregivers, etc.).
Stories: Supporting Girls in their Pursuit of Education - Stories' from the Girls Education Challenge - Kenya & Uganda
These stories of three girls and their pursuit of educaiton in Uganda and Kenya were collected as part of INEE's 20th Anniversary commemoration to highlight how education in the midst of crisis and upheaval has made a difference for our members and those they work with (learners, youth, teachers, caregivers, etc.).
Supporting FAWE Scholars through the COVID-19 Pandemic
With record numbers of children and youth out of school as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and education programmes impacted by school closures, travel bans, and lockdowns, Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE) has had to adapt its programming to support Scholars virtually.
Girls to know: The next generation is already leading the way
Around the world, girls are driving change. They are activists and advocates on the front lines of movements for social and racial equality. They are calling for urgent climate action and demanding space at decision-making tables in their communities, countries and beyond.