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Children in Crisis Jul 15
Last week and visited Nepal together and announced the joining of forces between & . Read article in to find out more.
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Children in Crisis Jul 14
Delighted to have as Founder Patron of with joining Street Child. said "I will do all I can to encourage Street Child to transform children’s lives, and I hope you will support it too"
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Children in Crisis Jul 13
"Street Child is one of the UK’s fastest growing charities, and the impact it has had in just a few years, reaching nearly 200,000 children in some of the world’s toughest places, is extraordinary." Read the article by
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Children in Crisis Jul 13
Excited to announce that we are joining forces with to help more children in the world's toughest places to go to school. Our founder announced our exciting next chapter in today's
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Ravi SK Jun 30
Remarkable work by Education is the best emergency response for children in protracted crisis situation.Congratulations to your founder, staff members and Mr.Koy Thompson leading a fabulous team of dedicated workers.
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Children in Crisis Jul 2
Our Juvenile Justice Project is working to protect boys in an under-resourced, often corrupt system:
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Children in Crisis Jul 1
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Children in Crisis Jul 1
In 2017, directly reached 5,687 children and 3,654 caregivers in Afghanistan
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Children in Crisis Jun 30
Our Afghanistan PM lists some of the reasons why displaced/returnee children don't go to school: "children are not enrolled due to the lack of identity documentation; poverty and inability to afford education costs; distance to schools"
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Children in Crisis Jun 30
Put your pencils up — children outside on of our schools!!!
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Children in Crisis Jun 29
"Access to education continues to be a major challenge and an estimated 3.5 million primary-aged children are out of school, the majority of them girls" - our Afghanistan Programme Manager describes the situation. Find out more:
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Children in Crisis Jun 28
In 2017, helped 188 children to catch up on their missed primary school education through accelerated learning classes in Afghanistan:
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Children in Crisis Jun 28
This is the refugee camp in Lusenda where delivered emergency education to displaced children
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Children in Crisis Jun 28
Want to know what we did last year in Afghanistan? Read our blog '2017 Year in Review: Afghanistan'
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Children in Crisis Jun 27
Our Afghanistan PM talks about the number of displaced children: "over 600,000 Afghan returnees were forced to return from neighbouring countries, Pakistan and Iran, and 50% of whom were children"
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Children in Crisis Jun 27
"Accessing education during an emergency is a life-saving intervention and focuses its efforts in supporting an Education in Emergencies intervention" - Afghanistan PM:
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Children in Crisis Jun 26
In 2017, we established 25 temporary learning classrooms which supported 1,500 children in Afghanistan:
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Children in Crisis Jun 26
"Afghanistan remains one of the most dangerous, and most violent, crisis ridden countries in the world" - find out how is protecting vulnerable children and providing education:
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Children in Crisis Jun 25
Insight from our Programme Manager on international development in Afghanistan --> 2017 Year in Review: Afghanistan
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Children in Crisis Jun 25
When you can't stop smiling because you're so happy that you're one of the lucky ones that gets to go to school :)
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