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Children waiting in line in a school in Sierra Leone. GPE/Stephan Bachenheimer

How can Sierra Leone’s education response after Ebola help with the COVID-19 response?

This blog is written by Colin Bangay, Senior Education Adviser, Department for International Development (DFID). It aims to look at some practical and sensible lessons from the education response in Sierra Leone during the Ebola outbreak, to help others as they face closures of education systems. This blog was originally published on the Global Partnership […]

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Possible ramifications of COVID-19 on the future of education delivery in Ghana

This blog was written by Timothy Dziedzom Amaglo-Mensah, lead of the Stay in School Initiative and originally published on the Return Ghana website on 8 April 2020. ”New Initiatives are vital to overcoming old ways of thinking that are now out of touch with the reality of dramatic conditions facing our continent.” Italian President Sergio […]

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Students of the Faculty of Technology Science of the University of El Geneina, West Darfur, work at the computer lab sponsored by UNAMID as a Quick Impact Project in 2011.

Photo by Albert González Farran - UNAMID

EdTech in the time of COVID-19: Getting ready for evidence production during and after COVID-19 to contribute to the emerging academic field of EdTech

This blog was written by Rachel Outhred, Senior Researcher with the Young Lives programme at Oxford University and Director at Oxford MeasurEd, and Alina Lipcan, Senior Education Adviser at the Education Outcomes Fund for Africa and the Middle East. It is the first of a two-part series – the second can be read here.  The […]

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Repurposing established radio and audio series to address the COVID-19 educational crises

This blog was written by Simon Richmond from Education Development Center (EDC). This article is part of a collection of INEE blog posts related to the education in emergencies response to COVID-19. It was originally published on the INEE website on 1 April 2020 and is based on an original EDC article that can be […]

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