Category: Girls’ Education

What works to advance girls’ education in Nigeria? Join our UKFIET symposium to learn how we brought 1.5 million girls into school

Nigeria is committed to realising the rights of all children and achieving their full potential by building strong foundations. The core of UNICEF’s and FCDO’s education work in Nigeria is partnering with the government to address demand- and supply-side barriers to both access and learning. Read More

Developing responsive and adaptive approaches in support of Adolescent Girls’ Education in Zimbabwe by developing communities of reflective practice – The story of SAGE in Zimbabwe

Within this blog, we reflect upon the progress and impact of embedding reflective practices at scale in Zimbabwe within the Supporting Adolescent Girls’ Education (SAGE)[i] programme’s Accelerated Teaching and Learning (ATL) component, which developed its own communities of reflective practice (CoRPs). Read More

Slipping through the education net: let’s build on global commitments at a critical time to support vulnerable girls and young women to stay in school

At last week’s Transforming Education Summit in New York, more than 130 countries committed to rebooting their education systems and accelerating action to end the global learning crisis and get back on track Sustainable Development Goal 4, to achieve 12 years of quality education for all children. Read More

Building momentum on girls’ education

As we reach International Day of the Girl once again, we have a chance to reflect on the progress made on girls’ education and the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead. Last month was significant in this regard – and has prompted the Girls’ Education Challenge team and our partners… Read More
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