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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Accountability, both to affected populations and for the Education Cluster’s results and performance.
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Working together for uninterrupted education for children and youth in crisis.
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'Our village was attacked and we had to flee to Niger. At least here we can sleep in peace, play with other girls in the village and go back to school' - Hannatou, 14. @EduCannotWait #StrongerTogetherInCrises @KentPage
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"Education in emergencies is a perfect example of where humanitarian-development coherence is crucial. Education is a development sector which we must deliver in the midst of a crisis"~#ECW Director @YasmineSherif1
If you missed the @EduCannotWait #ResultsReport #StrongerTogetherinCrisis launch event, stream it here:
@YasmineSherif1 explains how ECW work and support MHPSS, teacher training, gender to ensure quality education for 3.5 million children. But most important is working stronger together @EduCannotWait #SGD4 #dkaid #dkpol @redbarnetdk @save_children