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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Education is the foundation of individual & community resilience. Multi-disciplinary approaches encourage actors across sectors to work together, meet holistic needs of children & youth, says @KellyTClements, Deputy UN High Commissioner for Refugees, @eiegenevahub strategy launch
“The next four years are crucial for our planet and the international community, and most importantly for millions of children & youth at risk of missing education due to conflict, disaster, displacement" –Amb. Felix Baumann, Swiss Mission to UN, @eiegenevahub strategy launch
Persistent armed conflict prevent children accessing education. With @eu_echo’s renewed support, #UNICEF & partners will provide uninterrupted #education and psychosocial support for over 15,000 crisis-affected children.
Don’t forget to register for our #HNPW session to learn about education in Anticipatory Action, listen to voices from crisis-affected locations & discuss promising experiences of Anticipatory Action in Education in Emergencies to #unlockchangeforEiE:
A reminder to join us at #HNPW to learn how EiE responses can better combat the effects of climate crisis on education, and how the EiE sector can help strengthen the resilience of education systems against climate risks to #unlockchangeforEiE Register:
A reminder to join us at #HNPW to learn about education in Anticipatory Action - speakers from crisis-affected regions share promising experiences of Anticipatory Action in Education in Emergencies, & engage in discussion to #unlockchangeforEiE Register:
Going to @LEP_HNPW ? Don't miss our photo exhibition for Education in Emergencies on the ground floor of @CICG_Geneva - a preview of the exhibit which will be shown @UNGeneva and at Rotonde du Mont-Blanc in the months ahead!