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  • Reply to: Resilience, refugees, and education for change   1 day 4 hours ago

    Gustavo, I agree. UNRWA has put in place a good system, which has benefits not just for UNRWA students, but others in the same country. The lessons are also valid, as you say, for other countries. Thanks, Harry

  • Reply to: Putting a human face to statistics on vulnerable youth in Sub-Saharan Africa   1 day 9 hours ago

    I think that alternative shool is the key. But the root is employment policy. If those who are going to school and achieve university degree don't find job after it, there will be no interest for poor people to send their children to school. Because the process is long and it means spending money during this time. So if governments want to work on it, they have to adopt a good policy of employment. I agree with Mr Gabriel ADDO, it's a leadership problem.

  • Reply to: A Free Online Course on Early Childhood Development   3 days 15 hours ago

    how i wish i can avail of this (ECD) online course soon as the Regional focal person of the Kindergarten Curriculum. this ECD is a great help in enhancing my capability to deliver the best to our first key stage (K-Grade3) implementers/teachers to pepare them or the big task ahead so as to produce more literates and numerates in our country.

  • Reply to: Putting a human face to statistics on vulnerable youth in Sub-Saharan Africa   4 days 11 hours ago

    ln Africa good leaders are in short supply. You cannot protect and provide comfort for the vulnerable under bad leadership. When the world stand unconcern with the selection processess of national leaders in Africa, it provides safe haven for bad people to be elected as Presidents of Africa who preside over hunger, famine, poverty, rape, molestations and degrading human dignity living of the sick, poor, marginalised, children, widow, ophans, physically challenged and the minotity in the society. When you help people change their bad leaders and put good leaders in place, the needed change you desire for the vulnerables will come quickly and well.

  • Reply to: Resilience, refugees, and education for change   1 week 7 hours ago

    Great read