The Global Education Cluster supports Country Clusters and Working Groups to work towards a predictable, holistic, equitable and well-coordinated response by providing direct and remote field support, developing guidance, building evidence, strengthening capacities and advocating for the continued prioritization of education, to meet growing education needs of crisis affected children and youth.
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Working together for uninterrupted education for children and youth in crisis.
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What does it take to secure uninterrupted learning for crisis affected children & youth? 🎒📝📚 The final, online meeting in the #ElevatingEiE series will explore this on June 25th. Register here 🔗
Interested in learning more about emerging & pressing humanitarian issues? From 9-12 June, tune in for the #ECOSOC Humanitarian Affairs Segment (HAS) panels. More info here➡️
To slow #coronavirus spread, @EduCannotWait +partners are supporting: emergency education measures; public health info campaigns; water/sanitation upgrades in schools; community engagement in local languages, incl. psychosocial guidance! @oxfam @yasminesherif1 @care @unicefwater
Financing education is financing our future. Explore 3 ways we can work together to transform education spending in our response to #coronavirus #COVID19 in my latest blog: @GPforEducation
School closures impact - key warnings here from @UniofOxford research: 1. Absences = 1.5 lost years 2. Returning is difficult 3. Educated mothers mitigate losses 4. Life chances/income hit @unicefchief @CarlaUNICEF @KevinAtSave @agnese1307 @f_guinote @EduCannotWait
Millions of teachers around the world are affected by #COVID19 school closures. And they need our support. @UNESCO is working with partners from around the world to find solutions and ensure that #LearningNeverStops.