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Afghanistan: Girls Struggle for an Education
Description: Afghan government and international donor efforts since 2001 to educate girls have significantly faltered in recent years. Sixteen years after the US-led military intervention in Afghanistan ousted the Taliban, an estimated two-thirds of Afghan girls do not attend school.
17 Oct 2017
Description: UNRWA Director of Education Caroline Pontefract, UNESCO Programme Specialist on Education Yayoi Segi-Vltchek and Member of European Parliament and standing rapporteur for humanitarian aid Enrique Guerrero Salom discuss strategies and challenges to ensure access to quality education for children in crises-affected area at the EP Voxbox. The discussion followed the high-level panel "Education of refugee children in the Middle East: What matters? Experiences and best practices" held at the European Parliament on 12 October 2017.
17 Oct 2017
Description: In response to the attrition of skilled healthcare providers in Syria due to aerial threats, loss of life, and displacement, SAMS has established six medical institutions, including a Midwifery and Nursing School in Idlib.
SAMS organizes frequent medical training workshops and seminars in Turkey for Syrian doctors and nurses focussing on trauma care, gender-based violence recognition, psychosocial, and specialty care.
In 2016, SAMS trained more than 148 Syrian healthcare workers. To date, this program has trained more than 770 physicians, nurses, and medical technicians.
In 2016, SAMS supported continuing education for 17 Syrian medical students in Turkey whose education was interrupted by the Syrian crisis, and sponsored 6 students to continue their education in Bosnia and Herzegovina in partnership with the Sarajevo School of Science and Technology (SSST).
09 Oct 2017
Description: Achieving education for all in Ethiopia will remain a distant aspiration if most of the 5 million children with special educational needs in the country cannot go to school. Since 2014, Handicap International have been supporting 49 schools to become places where everyone has a role to play in making schools more inclusive.
© Handicap International Ethiopia
06 Oct 2017
Description: “As long as we don’t have freedom of expression, we are not able to have sustainable solutions for poverty”, said Tawanda Mutasah at UNESCO’s IPDCtalks 2017, watch his full Talk here about the essential role of access to information in eradicating poverty.
Tawanda Mutasah is Amnesty International’s Senior Director for International Law & Policy.
The International Programme for Development of Communication (IPDC) hosted the IPDCtalks: Powering Sustainable Development with Access to Information to mark the International Day for Universal Access to Information 2017.
See more here: http://en.unesco.org/ipdc-talks
06 Oct 2017
Description: Mona loves her job at the UNRWA Scholarship Unit because she works with Palestine refugee youth to help them achieve their dreams. The European Union supports the UNRWA education programme to help young Palestine refugees achieve their full potential.
06 Oct 2017
Description: منى تحب عملها في وحدة المنح التابعة للأونروا لأنها تعمل مع لاجئي فلسطين الشباب وتساعدهم في تحقيق أحلامهم. الاتحاد الأوروبي يدعم برنامج التعليم التابع للأونروا الذي يساعد لاجئي فلسطين الشباب على تحقيق كامل إمكاناتهم.
06 Oct 2017
Description: La famine évitée dans certaines zones du Soudan du Sud, mais une insécurité alimentaire sans précédent persiste.
La paix et l’éducation, comme l’enseigne F. David aux enfants, sont étroitement liées. « L’éducation, c’est notre espoir pour l’avenir et nous voulons dire aux jeunes générations d’oublier le passé, et de se pardonner les uns les autres. » Ou encore, comme l’a dit Paride Taban, évêque émérite de Torit aux jeunes du Soudan du Sud dans une récente émission de radio : « Accrochez-vous à vos rêves. »
03 Oct 2017
Description: Recorded on 28 September 2017
USAID ECCN and the INEE Tech Task Team organized a webinar featuring innovative ways to use Information Communication Technology (ICT) in monitoring and evaluation of education programming for refugee populations. The webinar features an evaluation conducted in Dadaab, Kenya, of youth training that uses auto-photography methods and key lessons learned from the development and implementation of a mobile-based data collection tool and analysis dashboard created by the Vodafone Foundation Instant Network Schools project in collaboration with UNHCR.
Find out more at www.ineesite.org/technology
02 Oct 2017
Description: The 2017 UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award winner is Zannah Mustapha, a champion for the rights of displaced children growing up amid violence in north-eastern Nigeria to get a quality education.
Mustapha founded a school in 2007 in Maiduguri, the capital of Borno State and the epicentre of the Boko Haram insurgency. The school has stayed open throughout the conflict with Boko Haram, which has seen some 20,000 killed across the Lake Chad region, and millions more displaced.
The school provides a free education, as well as free meals, uniforms and health care, to children affected by violence. Those orphaned by the conflict on both sides are welcomed into Mustapha’s classrooms as a sign of the reconciliation he hopes to achieve in the region.
Mr. Mustapha is a true reflection of the spirit of the Nansen Refugee Award.
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02 Oct 2017
Description: Take a tour of the New Gaza Basic Boys’ School in the Gaza Strip with 11-year-old Ahmad and Yazan. Living under a 10-year blockade, Ahmad and Yazan find a sense of security and normalcy in attending UNRWA schools. The blockade and repeated hostilities have had a devastating impact on Palestine refugee children and resulted in significant damage to educational facilities and critical infrastructure. However, Palestine refugee students continue to thrive.
24 Aug 2017
Description: Watch Rama, a young Palestine refugee displaced from Syria to Lebanon living in Ein El HIlweh camp, in 360 degrees as she explains the importance of education in her life. The UNRWA Education in Emergencies (EiE) programme helps Palestine refugee students like Rama achieve their full potential, despite the many challenges they face.
04 Aug 2017