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19 Nov
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2020 has been a year like no other, 2021 must be the year we change the game

2020 has been a year like no other, exposing damaging inequalities in every facet of society. For those experiencing systemic…

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9 Oct
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How COVID-19 is impacting efforts to end child marriage across Africa

Every October 11th, the world comes together to celebrate the International Day of the Girl Child. Whilst it is a…

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5 Oct
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In Africa, teachers are agents of change during the pandemic

Join us in celebrating the role of all teachers across the world as essential workers during the pandemic, and as…

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5 Oct
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Day of the Girl Child 2020: Governments must act to protect adolescent girls from sexual violence

Every October 11th, the world comes together to celebrate the International Day of the Girl Child. The world is facing…

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2 Oct
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Inspiration

With so much bad news in the world today, from global disasters to national budget cuts, sometimes it’s good to…

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16 Sep
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How raising livestock and repairing roads strengthens community resilience

It is a long established fact that a reader will be distracted by the readable content of a page when…

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11 Sep
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Making disability visible: How to generate more and better data on education for children with disabilities

Millions of people with disabilities are invisible because of insufficient data. Today, two new data resources focused on people with…

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3 Sep
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COVID-19 Conversations: The Need for Safe Shelters in Africa

The COVID-19 pandemic is exposing and exacerbating gender inequalities around the world. Lost Foundation Africa is sharing insights from our …

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13 Aug
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Calling on Africa to ensure girls go back to school post COVID-19 closures

With schools reopening across Africa after the COVID-19 related closures, the African Union International Centre for Girls’ and Women’s Education…

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24 Jul
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It’s time to learn together and get education right for all children

From separate silos to close collaborations: the COVID-19 pandemic is giving us an opportunity to build and strengthen the links…

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