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Education to leave no-one behind in Somalia

Sadhbh Goodhue | 29 September 2015 | 0 Comments

Being a child in Somalia can be hard – and thirteen year old Amal Ali Ibrahim’s story exemplifies that more than most. Having lost her mother at the tender age of three months, Amal has lived all her life with her father in Siliga internally displaced people’s (IDP) camp in Wadajir district.

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Topics: education, gender equality, somalia, education in emergencies, children of peace

The youngest Syrian refugees find comfort in tent classrooms

Masha Hamilton | 05 August 2015 | 0 Comments

Nearly two million Syrian children are refugees and many of them now live in makeshift camps in Lebanon. Concern has been responding to the refugee crisis in Lebanon since 2013 and now supports the education of over 1,850 registered students – including some Lebanese students – in 25 learning spaces.

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Topics: syria, refugees, education, lebanon, education in emergencies

Liberia: education in time of crisis

Sadhbh Goodhue | 16 February 2015 | 0 Comments

This year’s International Women’s Day focusses on education and its role in promoting gender equality. With Ebola cases steadily declining and schools beginning to reopen in Liberia today, we reflect on the impact of emergency situations on education.

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Topics: ebola, education, liberia, international women's day, gender equality, education in emergencies

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