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Djibouti Needs to Build and Expand on Achievements to Educate the Next Generation

Djibouti Needs to Build and Expand on Achievements to Educate the Next Generation

A Mara Rianda Classroom Kenya by Mara 1, via Flickr

A Mara Rianda Classroom Kenya by Mara 1, via Flickr

Indonesia losing ground in primary education

Indonesia losing ground in primary education: Report

It's back to school time! Many of our SOS children are getting ready to go back to school this week. We know they and all the other children going back this month are going to do great!

It's back to school time! Many of our SOS children are getting ready to go back to school this week. We know they and all the other children going back this month are going to do great!

International Literacy Day 2013. Literacy is one of the key elements needed to promote sustainable development, as it empowers people so that they can make the right decisions in the areas of economic growth, social development and environmental integration. Literacy is a basis for lifelong learning and plays a crucial foundational role in the creation of sustainable, prosperous and peaceful societies.

Literacy is at the heart of basic education for all and essential for poverty eradication, gender equality, maternal health, child mortality reduction

On World Refugee Day, we'd like you to meet Nour, "the girl named after the light in her eyes."   Nour fled her home in Syria because of violence and now lives in a refugee camp in Turkey. Although she misses her school for children with Down Syndrome, she loves to visit our Child Friendly Space - bringing smiles to everyone she meets. Read her heartwarming story here: http://www.unicef.ca/en/blog/nour-the-girl-named-after-the-light-in-her-eyes

On World Refugee Day, we'd like you to meet Nour, "the girl named after the light in her eyes." Nour fled her home in Syria because of violence and now lives in a refugee camp in Turkey. Although she misses her school for children with Down Syndrome, she loves to visit our Child Friendly Space - bringing smiles to everyone she meets. Read her heartwarming story here: http://www.unicef.ca/en/blog/nour-the-girl-named-after-the-light-in-her-eyes

Tanzania ditches English in Education Overhaul Plan

Tanzania Ditches English In Education Overhaul Plan

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11 October 2012 is International Day of the Girl. Raise your hand and call on the UN to make girls’ education a priority.

I've just shown my support for the first ever International Day of the Girl, helping Plan UK support girls to stay in school and choose their own future.

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