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How can secondary education support young people in sub-Saharan Africa to acquire the skills needed to find a job?

This blog was written by Dimitri Stoelinga, Managing Partner at Laterite, to share his reflections on the September 2019 UKFIET conference on inclusive education systems. This blog was originally published on the Laterite website on 3 October 2019. Enrolment in secondary education is rising rapidly in sub-Saharan Africa, but it’s not yet living up to […]

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During a physical exercise session, Ms. Moonlight Olives (46), walks with children outside the Kisojo ECD Center in Kyenjojo district in western Uganda. After receiving UNICEF supported training on ECD (Early Childhood Development) (ECD) Caregivers, Ms. Olive helped establish an ECD Centre with help from her community.

Getting every child ready to learn

By Dr Elizabeth Spier (American Institutes for Research), Hirokazu Yoshikawa (New York University) and Paul Oburu (New York University and Maseno University, Kenya). This blog was originally posted on the UNICEF website on 29 May 2018. Quality pre-primary education is critical to a child’s cognitive, social and emotional development, growth, school readiness and future economic […]

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