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There are 121 million children out of school worldwide. We work in the world's toughest places helping children to go to school and learn.
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An inspiring read for your Sunday morning. Dr Akilu, an NHS-trained psychologist, is on a mission to help the children brainwashed by Boko Haram in the city of Maiduguri, North East Nigeria.
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UNICEF Education Nov 17
Education is directly linked to economic well-being of countries. Each additional year of schooling increases earnings by roughly 10% percent! that is educated, societies and generations prosper!🌱🌎 What could be better?😊 Retweet if you agree!
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Street Child Nov 16
Sierra Leone: Meet Jama - Street Child help mothers so their children can learn.: via
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Street Child Nov 15
5 great reasons to visit Sierra Leone courtesy of . Mind you we can think of a 6th and that’s the !😃🏃‍♂️🏃‍♀️ 🇸🇱
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UNICEF Education Nov 13
What happens when a girl completes 12 yrs of education? SHE 👧🏽: ✔️earns more income ✔️has fewer children ✔️provides better health care for her family ✔️is more likely to educate her children Such are the multiplier effects of girls' education 🙌! RT and promote widely!
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James Power Nov 13
Happy Birthday! By way of celebration and a “present” delighted to report that Carol Service Collections will be in aid of to accompany Charity Concert earlier in the term.
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Street Child Nov 13
We completely concur with - please take this as a formal invitation 😀
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Street Child Nov 13
Today officially marks our 10th birthday! Exactly 10 years and zero days ago our CEO Tom Dannatt, his wife Lucinda, and their good friend David successfully registered Street Child.
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Street Child Nov 12
Important new Street Child projects in Uganda and Bangladesh:
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Tom Dannatt Nov 11
I’ve been in Cox’s Bazar this weekend. Lots of I spoke with def want to go back to Myanmar - but only when it is safe. I met no-one who would even entertain the idea that it was ‘safe’ currently ⁦
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Street Child Nov 11
Is your phone tainted by the misery of the 35,000 children in Congo's mines? If you have some time for some Sunday morning reading, make sure it is this thought-provoking read by The Guardian.
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BBC News (World) Nov 10
DR Congo Ebola outbreak: Death toll passes 200
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AUN Nov 9
in partnership with Street Child Nigeria commissioned and handed over some renovated schools in Mubi, Michika Local Government Areas of Adamawa State. The project facilitated by AUN also provided the schools with classroom furnitures... Read more:
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Street Child Nov 10
Today in Street Child patron gives her first full interview for 20 years and talks about her work with
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Street Child Nov 9
Featuring 4 amazing supporters of and !
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UN Education Report Oct 9
The number of youth with no literacy skills has fallen by 27% since 2000, although more than 100 million young people still cannot read, including more than one in four in sub-Saharan Africa
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Nigeria INGO Forum Nov 6
Today's have speakers from , and to discuss how the humanitarian crisis is affecting children. Join the live discussion via
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Street Child Nov 6
Gordon Brown writing in says children. Need greater protection in war zones
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ReliefWeb Nov 5
finalises plans to vaccinate front-line health workers against Ebola via
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Street Child Nov 5
Shouldn’t school be a safe place for all children? Sadly we know from our own work in Afghanistan, DR Congo and Nigeria that this is far from the case.
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