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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New @GEMReport policy paper shows COVID-19 poised to set aid to education back by six years: #AllmeansALL #SaveOurEducation #SaveOurFuture.
128 million children in West and Central Africa were out of school due to coronavirus. Now, many may never return. Eric Hazard & @Vishna123 share the uncertain futures for children in West and Central Africa: #SaveOurEducation
"I don’t want to miss learning. This really worries me.” Like millions of children around the world, 13-year-old Hawo*'s school is closed. We must protect every child’s right to learn. Find out how in our #SaveOurEducation report:
📢Just released: ACAPS' Humanitarian Access Overview, a snapshot of the most challenging contexts worldwide This report centers upon countries in which we identified #humanitarian crises, including the impact of #COVID19 ➡️Available dashboard & report:
The most vulnerable children & youth are hardest hit by school closures due to #covid19 - incl. girls living in poverty, armed conflicts, forced displacement & natural disasters. Please retweet if you agree: Their #EducationCannotWait! @dfid_education @ungei @yasminesherif1
Missed the GEC and @CPAoR joint webinar on localization and COVID-19 Response? Watch the recording here: Share your thoughts on how coordination mechanisms can contribute to a more localized response!
"As long as education is considered a ‘lesser priority’ in crises, the vicious cycle of global inequity and its brutal consequences will continue to haunt humankind. We can no longer merely stitch together a shredded social fabric." ~ @YasmineSherif1, @EduCannotWait Director