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This paper considers the connections between post-primary education (PPE) for crisis-affected youth, and Income Growth interventions. This complex and poorly-understood ‘gray area’ of emergencies and development work is of increasing
Avian Flu prevention resources have been made available by UNICEF’s East Asia and Pacific Regional Office (EAPRO) Regional Office for South Asia (ROSA). Individual documents available in this section
The Africa Progress Report is the Africa Progress Panel’s flagship publication. Its purpose is to provide an overview of the progress Africa has made over the previous year. The
After the 2001 war, Afghanistan’s Ministry of Education, with the support of international agencies including UNESCO and UNICEF, initiated a comprehensive revision of the primary and secondary curriculum as to
The second edition of “Response & Resilience” issued by the UNESCO Desk for Education which focuses on the UNESCO’s response to the Syria crisis. It provides an outline of
The lesson/Unit plan is actually designed for Middle School Students at an IB School who study Individuals & Societies, but feel free to edit the details and use some
Promising Practices in Refugee Education is a joint initiative of Save the Children, the world’s largest independent children’s rights organisation, UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, and Pearson, the
There has been remarkable progress in education in Iraq. Enrolment in primary education grew tremendously over the past decade, increasing at about 4.1% per year. As of 2015-2016, 9.2 million students are
With the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), countries have promised to achieve universal completion of primary and secondary education by 2030. This paper, jointly released by the UNESCO Institute
Ensuring Quality Education for Young Refugees from Syria (12-25 years): A mapping exercise focuses on access to education by refugee youth, a crucial yet often overlooked element in the humanitarian