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Estimating learning loss by looking at time away from school during grade transition in Ghana

This blog was written by Ricardo Sabates, Reader in Education at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge and member of the REAL Centre, and Emma Carter, Research Associate at the REAL Centre. This blog is part of a series from the REAL Centre reflecting on the impacts of the current COVID-19 pandemic on research […]

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A van with loudspeakers transmitting COVID-19 information to public in Ethiopia. Source: Bahir Dar University

COVID-19: a turning point for health literacy? Comparing initiatives in Ethiopia, Malawi, Nepal, the Philippines and the UK

This blog is based on reflections by the UEA UNESCO Chair family literacy team (based on group WhatsApp conversations): Sushan Acharya, Sheila Aikman, Helene Binesse, Symon Chiziwa, Kamal Raj Devkota, Abiy Menkir Gizaw, Ulrike Hanemann, Catherine Jere, Tizita Lemma, Gina Lontoc,  Yeraswork Megerssa, Ahmmardouh Mjaya, Chris Millora, Anna Robinson-Pant and Turuwark Zalalam Warkineh. This team […]

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Mother and child at Megab Health Center. Hintalo Wajirat woreda, Tigray Region. UNICEF Ethiopia/2019/Mersha

The threat of COVID-19 on Ethiopia’s recent gains in pre-primary education

This blog was written by Janice Kim, Postdoctoral Research Associate and Pauline Rose, Director, REAL Centre, University of Cambridge. Pauline is also International Research Team Lead for the Ethiopia RISE programme. This blog is part of a series from the REAL Centre reflecting on the impacts of the current COVID-19 pandemic on research work on […]

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simple class room in village school with wooden desks and chairs in Zanzibar, Africa

COVID-19 school closures may further widen the inequality gaps between the advantaged and the disadvantaged in Ethiopia

This blog was written by Dawit Tibebu Tiruneh, Research Associate at the REAL Centre, University of Cambridge and member of the RISE Ethiopia research programme. This blog is part of a series reflecting on the impacts of the current COVID-19 pandemic on research work on international education and development.  It has also been published on […]

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