Category: Education and Conflict

The Role of Community Partnerships in Reconstruction and Recovery in Somalia: Boosting education outcomes

Following decades of conflict and recurrent climate crises, Somalia’s Gross Enrolment Rate remains among the lowest globally at 31% (28% for girls) (EMIS Annual Statistical Yearbook 2022). Public service provision remains limited, with 44% of the students attending public or publicly-supported schools (ibid). Read More

Informal education and conflict trauma: Reducing adolescent risk and building resilience

The UK Aid-funded Cross-border Conflict Evidence, Policy and Trends (XCEPT) research programme seeks to better understand conflict-affected borderlands, how conflicts connect across borders, and the factors that shape violent and peaceful behaviour, to inform effective policy and programme responses. Read More