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Intro


Sourcing, documenting and promoting innovative practices in refugee education.

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Intro


Sourcing, documenting and promoting innovative practices in refugee education.

 

About the initiative

This is an invitation to organisations working in the field to submit their projects. Selected projects will be documented with a view to increasing the knowledge, insights and learnings available from them. The learning from projects will be synthesised and inform our and others’ policy and advocacy efforts in the area of refugee education, thereby contributing to improved educational service delivery and a better policy and enabling environment.

Promising Practices in Refugee Education is a joint initiative of Save the Children, the world’s largest independent children’s rights organisation, UNHCR the UN refugee agency and Pearson the world’s largest education company.

 
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Invitation to submit projects


Over 3.7 million refugee children around the world are out of school.

 

Invitation to submit projects


Over 3.7 million refugee children around the world are out of school.

 

 

Invitation to submit projects

We are looking for promising practices within one or more of the following issues in the field of refugee education: Timeliness, Access, Quality, Protection, Equity, Data, System strengthening.

Find out more about the themes, criteria for selecting promising practices, the application and submission guidelines and download the application form.

 
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Only one in four refugee young people has access to secondary school.

 

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Only one in four refugee young people has access to secondary school.

 

 

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Our partners


Fleeing your home as a child refugee shouldn’t mean losing your education.

 

Our partners


Fleeing your home as a child refugee shouldn’t mean losing your education.

 

 

Project sponsors

Promising Practices in Refugee Education is a joint initiative of Save the Children, the world’s largest independent children’s rights organisation, UNHCR the UN refugee agency and Pearson the world’s largest education company. 

 

Photo credits:

Amina, aged 11, a Somali refugee living in Dola Ado, Ethiopia with her English textbook. © Jonathan Hyams | Save the Children

Two boys from Syria read books outside a newly built library at Filipadia refugee camp on the Greek mainland. © Save the Children

Amina, aged 11, a Somali refugee living in Dola Ado, Ethiopia reads.
© Jonathan Hyams | Save the Children

Mohammed, aged 6, reads in Za’atari camp. © Chloe White | Save the Children