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This paper addresses the role of instant messaging chat groups to support teacher training and gender equity initiatives in Kenyan refugee camps. Our findings are based on survey data with
The presence of Israeli military within Palestinian territories has had and continues to have negative effects on Palestinian education. School closures, curfews and checkpoints limit the ability of students and
Education for livelihoods and civic participation in post-conflict countries conceptualizing a holistic approach to TVET planning and programming in sub-saharan Africa: a discussion paper This UNESCO-UNEVOC Discussion Paper takes a
Conflict and crisis situations are the most challenging environments for donors seeking to deliver assistance to developing countries. Recent research and policy dialog emphasize that donors carrying out interventions in
We need to put our world on a more sustainable development path. Yet reaching – and teaching – sustainability is still a paramount challenge. Without education, there can be no sustainable development.
This ICT in EiCC checklist focuses on the intersection of conflict sensitivity principles and ICT design approaches to help ensure that an ICT supported intervention designed to support education activities
This report provides an executive overview of the impact evaluations of two winning literacy apps, Antura and the Letters and Feed the Monster, in the EduApp4Syria competition. The impact
This report addresses the future of basic education, ICT use in deprived locations, and the use of ICTs in primary school learning in 2020 and 2025, especially in deprived contexts. It draws
The purpose of this report is to build an understanding of ‘what works’ in educational technology (EdTech) to ensure that children can learn in crisis or displaced settings. The field
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