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From secret school to Afghanistan’s future

"The young founder of the School of Leadership, Afghanistan, speaking at the Global Education and Skills Conference in Dubai, says she wants to start...

A New School for Los Campos

"Construction has started on a new classroom in Los Campos! Before Free The Children built a school in Los Campos, Lesly walked more than a...

Govt. to hold special camps to admit out-of-school children

"The State government on Monday told the High Court of Karnataka that special admission camps would be held in villages and taluks during the...

Hundreds of Thousands of Syrians are Out of School

Marking the 3 years since the conflict started in Syria have a look at some of the latest articles and reports on the current...

Finding forgotten children on Dhaka streets

"BRAC’s urban street children programme (USCP), a pilot programme launched in May 2013, reaches out to these children and aims to create opportunities that...

Gonski Tour Van Blog Update, Unite for Quality Education

"The Gonski Van continued on its tour of NSW raising awareness of the need to increase funding for quality education." Continue reading

Free school mixes work and play for underprivileged tots

"Today, both Kishore and Sakshi are among the brightest students in their Masjid Bunder class. They are part of the 3-2-1 Education Foundation, founded...

Pre School In Siem Reap

"A great deal has been going on in our Kaliyan Mith program in Siem Reap over the last few months. The old center has...

The World Bank Supports abolition of fees and levies in basic...

"The World Bank Board of Executive Directors has approved support to The Gambia to increase access to basic education, improve the quality of teaching...

Catherine Bertini Fund Grants Put Girls on the Road to Success

"After 10 years leading the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), Catherine Bertini decided to tackle a major root cause for food insecurity—lack of education. ...

Apps Aim to Help Educate Millions of Young Filipinos

" Mobile phone applications unveiled this week aim to reduce the high number of young people who are not in schools in the Philippines by offering...

Back to school

"Protsahan India Foundation (PIF) uses creative arts such as design, photography, technology and cinema to encourage and empower vulnerable, at-risk and marginalised girls. The...

Inclusive education must be priority in global development framework

"Every child should have the chance to go to school, yet the reality is that many disabled children are denied the opportunity. Of the 57...

Illegal expat children deprived of education

"Groups of undocumented African children hang out in a residential neighborhood in Makkah. Deprived of an opportunity for normal school education, many of these...

Rota donates computers to two schools

"Reach Out To Asia (Rota), Qatar’s leading non-profit organisation which aims to improve access to modern technology and quality education, has donated refurbished computers to two...

Central African Republic: Healing children through education

"The conflict in the Central African Republic has deprived thousands of children of their education. UNICEF has put up temporary learning spaces for children to continue...

To school and back – on boat

"While children travelling by bus or walking to school is common, here is a group that takes a boat from across the boundary. Over 150...

A community in Yemen transforms its school – and its environs

"In Sana’a, students, teachers, parents and other community members band together to transform the local school, and its environs. Stray bullets had turned the schoolyard...

Efforts underway to bring back out of school children

"The Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) has envisaged adopting a new education policy for admitting dropouts and out of school children in various PEF partner...

DepEd, AusAID boost Philippine education

"The Department of Education (DepEd) and the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) signed the Memorandum of Subsidiary Arrangement (MSA) for the Basic Education...

Youth Truancy Rate in Pakistan Must Change

"School not only develops skills and reasoning; it develops moral boundaries and gives social conscience to children. ...the sorry tale is that children out of...

Giving Nepal’s Poorest Kids a Healthy Start

"Venture past the major bus park in Pokhara, Nepal and you are greeted with a sprawling community of landless dwellers. The slums are home to families...

Expanding Opportunities for Education in Kabul

"Keeping up with student demand is difficult at Nahid Shahid School. In the sprawling suburb of Qala-i-Wazir in Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul, the school now...

South Sudan’s Road to Peace: High Stakes for Its Children

"As South Sudan struggles to find a sustainable road to peace, attention should focus on the most vulnerable victims of the conflict: the nation’s...

‘Second Chance’ Education for Children in Bangladesh

"In spite of progress in education, many school-aged children in Bangladesh either do not enroll or discontinue school due to poverty. The Reaching Out-of-School Children...

The school bus bringing education for all

"The vehicle belongs to the Myanmar Mobile Education Project, or myME, and as it makes its way through the busy streets towards a large...

Two months after the typhoon

"In the immediate aftermath ofTyphoon Haiyan, our child-friendly spaces offered thousands of children a chance to escape the horror and destruction left by the...

Govt increases reserved seats for poor kids in pvt schools

"Despite a poor response to the 25 per cent (5,300 seats) reservation policy for economically weaker section (EWS) under the Right to Education Act,...

Education for Syrian Refugees in Turkey – Beyond Camps

"An estimated 700,000 Syrian refugees have poured into Turkey since the start of the Syrian war.  Many refugees have benefited from Turkey’s “temporary protection” policy and...

How Many Children Enroll in School, Stay in School and Gain...

"The last decades have seen an impressive growth in school participation in developing countries. As countries have made remarkable progress towards universal primary school...

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