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Footpath School

"The statistics on out-of-school children are sometimes daunting, but then we come across the countless wonderful people like Kamal Parmar who give their lives,...

For India’s child police, work trumps school

"For nine-year-old Animesh, who started working for the police when he was five, life is totally different from that of other local children. While...

As Ebola closes schools in Africa, how do we help children...

"In response to the growing threat of Ebola across west Africa, the governments of Nigeria, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea have closed their schools....

Tackling illiteracy through libraries in Asia

“My parents are farmers. They don’t know how to read and write,” said 10-year-old Thinley Pelzom, from rural Bhutan. Growing up in this extremely...

ICT experts tackle challenges of digital divide in Asia-Pacific region

"People standing in the dark, on a cliff beside the ocean. The moonshine reveals the silhouettes of half a dozen men. They are reaching...

UNGEI Fund for Documentation of Good Practice: Announcing the Successful Recipients...

"Last year, UNGEI launched a call for proposals for the UNGEI Fund for Documentation of Good Practice in Girls’ Education and Gender Equality (UNGEI...

Shopkeeper who teaches Indian slum children at his school under a...

"In each community, there are citizens crying out for help and doing all they can to ensure children have access to basic education. Children in...

Dubai Cares launches two programmes in East Africa

"Philanthropic organisation Dubai Cares has marked the successful conclusion of its ‘What If?’ Ramadan campaign with the announcement of two new programmes in Kenya...

NEWSLETTER: Development and Education Programme for Daughters and Communities Centre in...

Read the Newsletter to find out more about the Development and Education Programme for Daughters and Communities Centre's (DEPDC) ongoing projects and updates: Inside the Issue: - Spotlight...

Deal to educate kids worldwide

"Qatar Charity (QC) and Education Above All (EAA), a global initiative of H H Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, have signed a memorandum of understanding to...

‘I’ll support her till I die’

"A group of conscientious women in Borno State have taken it upon themselves to see every girl-child in school, Boko Haram notwithstanding. The United...

Children in Brazil surfing for a better life

"For decades, football (soccer) has helped lift many out of poverty in Brazil. But the dream of escaping the slums and making it big,...

Educating girls is central to any nation’s effort to transform itself

"Like many girls in rural Yemen, Raysa Al-Kholani was married off early, when she was 13. Years later, her in-laws insisted she stay home...

It’s Time to Stop History Repeating Itself – It’s Time to...

"On June 16, 1976 around 200 children were shot and killed in the streets of Soweto because they dared to suggest they had the...

Children remain motivated to learn in Aleppo amidst crisis

"Prior to the crisis in Syria, now in its fourth year, Aleppo had as many as 1.2 million children registered in primary and secondary...

Japan’s Institutions Fail the Country’s Most Vulnerable Children

"Human Rights Watch released the report Without Dreams: Children in Alternative Care in Japanassessing the impact these care facilities have upon children who live there....

Every 4th out-of-school child belongs to Pakistan

"Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf MNA, Asad Umer, has said that there is need of strong determination and restless efforts to enrol 25 million out of school...

Celebrate Solutions: Training Teachers to Empower Girls in Nepal

"Education to any child, especially a girl, positively impacts their health, life, and community. Yet, many from the developing world still see it as a dream,...

Watch her go

"Wangari is one of the more than 30 Kenyan girls Watch Me Go is trying to help to finish their secondary education. The young...

UN: 2.8 million Syrian children out of school

"Nearly half of Syria’s school-age children — 2.8 million and counting — cannot get an education because of the devastation and violence from a...

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. ...

Girls are essential agents of change in breaking poverty and deprivation...

"Dominant behaviours and mindsets about adolescent girls are universal across India and are manifested in key aspects of their lives – gender-based discrimination, early...

Liberia: ‘Street Child’ Charity Starts Liberian Project – Sends Over 200...

"Street Child of Liberia, A new NGO launched Monday (Nov 11), is aiming to drastically reduce the number of children in the Liberian capital...

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