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Making Refugee-Inclusive Education a Priority

Making Refugee-Inclusive Education a Priority

“Having an inclusive policy environment is one of the first steps to ensuring refugees have access to the same learning opportunities as host country
nationals.”
– Global Partnership for Education

Currently, more than half of the world’s 15.5 million refugee children are not in school.

The Global Partnership for Education (GPE) is the world’s largest partnership solely dedicated to transforming education systems. The GPE supports refugee-hosting countries to help strengthen their capacity and resources to ensure a quality education is available for all, including the children living as refugees within their borders.

Click here to find out how the countries of South Sudan, Djibouti, and Ethiopia are focusing on supporting the education needs of refugees.

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