As the world rallies together during the global pandemic of COVID-19, never has a sense of community and solidarity seemed more important. Here, at Aide et Action, are at the forefront of this call for solidarity, identifying new ways to use education to respond to the crisis.
Across the world, educational institutions have shut their doors, leaving more than one billion children currently out of school. In Southeast Asia, where we have been working for 17 years, the most vulnerable and marginalised children, such as those living in poverty and in rural and remote areas, stand to lose the most. In response, Aide et Action is launching a two-prong approach; immediate hygiene education through the dissemination of audio and printed material and distance learning through digital technologies…………...………………..