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Yasmine Sherif
Director A Global Fund 4 Lawyer & Author of The Case for .
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Education Cannot Wait 2h
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Kent Page 4h
“Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.” – Martin Luther King Jr. Please retweet if you agree with this and that for any child.
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Education Cannot Wait 5h
In Afghanistan, a community-based education programme supported by is providing new opportunities are an 8-year-old boy with special needs named Khalid. Join us in reaching more girls and boys like Khalid to ensure no child is left behind.
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International Parliamentary Network for Education 8h
Teachers are the most important influence on learning outcomes, yet they are often placed in classrooms with little training & expected to work miracles. See more from of on how to support teachers during crises⬇️
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Education Cannot Wait 3h
"ECW translates innovation into action. When a climate-induced disaster hits Mozambique, Nepal or Peru, or when hostilities escalate in Mali, South Sudan or Syria, ECW immediately sets in motion a coordinated response that delivers on the ground within weeks." -
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Yasmine Sherif 7h
Congratulations Filippo! Wonderful news! 👍
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Education Cannot Wait Nov 22
In , innovative new approaches are getting children back to school, back to the safety and promise of an education, and back on track for a brighter future. Learn more about 's work in Syria in this inspiring story from the field.
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Kent Page Nov 22
A picture says a thousand words like: is uplifting! This drawing by a refugee child, supported by 's investment in v/Association for the Social Support of Youth. More:
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Education Cannot Wait Nov 22
We are delivering for the world's most vulnerable children. ECW investments reached 30% refugees, 15% IDPs, 55% other crisis-affected children and youth in 2019.
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Education Cannot Wait Nov 21
Working with partners across the globe, ensures humanitarian-development coherence as we come together to deliver for children and youth caught in emergencies and protracted crises. . Learn More:
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Education Cannot Wait Nov 22
"As a pooled funding mechanism exclusively dedicated to education in emergencies and protracted crises, ECW is designed to leverage financial resources to change the way we deliver inclusive and equitable quality education to those left furthest behind."
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Education Cannot Wait Nov 22
In Niger, has provided a total of $1.5 million to date for the education in emergency response through , , , and . With this support, children are back in school!
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Education Cannot Wait Nov 21
Read 's latest Newsletter: Featuring , and ! Plus Director 's inspiring Introduction: 'They Deserve No Less in Central '
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Kent Page Nov 21
: In , a successful model of community-based education supported by is reaching 57% girls among its beneficiaries, according to 's Results Report:
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Sarah Brown Nov 20
Every child in the world has the right to an education. Yet about 1 in 10 children were out of school even before . We need your help to make the case for education - campaign with us to give every child a better future.
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Education Cannot Wait Nov 21
ECW and our partners are delivering on to leave no child behind. About 45% of beneficiaries are forcibly displaced children – 30% refugees and 15% internally displaced. The remaining 55% are children living in host communities or other crisis-affected children.
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Education Cannot Wait Nov 21
"Education helps shape children's minds & hearts, incl. through social norms & attitudes. Gender-responsive frameworks must ensure girls are empowered to think independently, to speak out, to be strong & free." ~ Director
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Education Cannot Wait Nov 20
Inspiring joint opinion piece by Regional Director Jean Gough & Director "My Voice, Our Equal Future': Please RT to join girls speaking up for change!
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Denmark in UN NY🇩🇰 Nov 20
offers us an opportunity to reimagine the world in a way that improves the welfare of children. With the ongoing child's rights crisis caused by the pandemic, 🇩🇰 stands ready to listen to the voices of children and champion a just future
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Education Cannot Wait Nov 20
! Let’s unite as a humanitarian community & cooperate across sectors to protect children. A generation’s well-being depends on it! View this inspiring video w/ Director : !
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