Education in Emergencies

May 10, 2017
#STEMtheGap : Dismantling gender bias to advance women and girls in STEM

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education builds 21st century competencies including critical thinking, innovation, problem solving, and collaboration. It is vital for preparing youth with the skills and know-how to participate in the future labor market, and to address …View More  > 

May 4, 2017
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How girls’ education intersects with violent extremism

By Amanda Braga – Project Coordinator and Research Assistant – Center for Universal Education and, Christina Kwauk Postdoctoral Fellow – Global Economy and Development, Center for Universal Education. This blog was originally published 13/4/2017 on the Brookings education blog.   …View More  > 

September 27, 2016
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Getting to 2030, together

This Blog  first appeared on the GPE website - September 27, 2016. Written by the  GPE Secretariat “To deliver better for all people we must engage all stakeholders. Partnership brings results. Together, we can make this world more just, equitable, and prosperous.” …View More  > 

September 9, 2016
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‘Pikin to Pikin Tok’ – A response to Ebola

Submitted by Tricia Young, Director of Child to Child. The ‘Pikin to Pikin Tok’ project is featured on UNGEI’s newly launched Documenting Good Practice website. You can read more good practice case studies from across the globe by visiting www.goodpracticefund.org.   When …View More  > 

August 11, 2016
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Realizing safe and quality education in emergencies

This blog post is a part of the UNGEI #YouthLeads blog series, running from August 8 – 12. For daily blog notifications follow us on twitter at @UNGEI. Submitted by Joseph Munyambanza. Some students have to walk 20km to school and 20Km …View More  > 

August 7, 2016
UNGEI presents #YouthLeads

To celebrate International Youth Day on August 12, UNGEI is hosting #YouthLeads –  a week-long blog series (running August 8-12) dedicated to highlighting the voices of youth leadership in global education. Over the next five days youth leaders in education from …View More  > 

July 15, 2016
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Five Questions About Girls’ Education

Pakistani Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai and Somali refugee Rahma Noor attend celebrations to mark Malala’s 19th birthday at the Dadaab refugee camp near the Kenya-Somalia border, July 12, 2016. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya   This blog post by the Guest Blogger for …View More  > 

March 24, 2014
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From Zimbabwe: A Sacred, Solemn Rally Cry

This post originally appeared on the Kiva Fellows Blog Stories from the Field site on 17 March 2014. After arriving in Harare on Wednesday, I got started right away with Camfed on Thursday morning. Kiva‘s Regional Director for Africa. Cher, …View More  > 

November 18, 2013
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Getting Girls Back Into School in Cameroon

This post originally appeared on the Women Thrive Worldwide blog site on 23 October 2013. By Lucy Glaser Every year, the world joins together to celebrate the International Day of the Girl on October, 11th. This year, the theme is …View More  > 

October 31, 2013
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Girls Cannot Learn When Facing Violence in School

This post originally appeared on the Education for All Blog site on 14 October 2013. By Koli Banik, GPE Secretariat More data and much more work is needed if we truly want to get ahead on the issue of gender-based …View More  > 

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