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Foundations’ Engagement In Education In Emergencies And Protracted Crises

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Seventy-five million children and youth, who are affected by conflict and war, natural disaster, and forced displacement are in desperate need of educational support. They are in danger of or already missing out on their education. Access to education is most at risk during emergencies, and it is also the exact time when it is needed the most.

Education in emergencies and protracted crises (EiE) is an investment in future generations. The economic returns for investing in education in emergencies are significant……