The Global Education Cluster supports Country Clusters and Working Groups to work towards a predictable, holistic, equitable and well-coordinated response by providing direct and remote field support, developing guidance, building evidence, strengthening capacities and advocating for the continued prioritization of education, to meet growing education needs of crisis affected children and youth.
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Accountability, both to affected populations and for the Education Cluster’s results and performance.
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Working together for uninterrupted education for children and youth in crisis.
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#ECW investments are supporting millions of children & adolescents living in war zones, amidst #refugee crises & impacted by the #ClimateCrisis & #COVID19 with equitable, inclusive #QualityEducation📚! Their #EducationCannotWait. Read their stories➡️
More than 3.5 mil children's education has been interrupted due to the #PakistanFloods. Ensuring continuity of learning is a priority. Learn more about the Education in Emergencies response in Pakistan. 👉 #education
Support from @EduCannotWait has been a game changer for the delivery of quality, coordinated, and accountable responses. Read their new 2023-2026 Strategic Plan to learn how ECW will continue to support deepening education needs👉
“The scale of the learning crisis for children affected by crises is staggering. Yet, we have to reach every one of these children w/education. Now is the time to redouble our efforts to reach all children w/#qualityeducation so they can continue learning in crises."~@UnicefChief
At @TransformingEdu Summit, we call on world leaders to make commitments ꓿ to need: ▶️Increase education systems’ ability to pre-empt & withstand future crises in ways that are comprehensively responsive to age, gender & diversity #TransformingEducation
1 in 3 children are out of school in #Sudan Children in school have their learning severely hampered by poor infrastructure, teacher strikes, and limited learning materials. Urgent action required to prevent the learning crisis in Sudan becoming a generational catastrophe.
#TransformingEducation with real impact starts with data. As highlighted by @GCPEAtweets, a lack of data 📉 means underreported attacks 💥 on education, limited information & delayed reporting. View data on attacks on education via TRACE 👇