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Girls’ Education is Crucial in Drought-Hit Ethiopia

10 August 2017

by Zeynep Sanduvac, Education in Emergencies Specialist, Plan International This blog was originally published by Plan International.

In the face of the worst drought Ethiopia has faced in 30 years, girls’ education needs more support than ever, blogs Plan International’s Zeynep M. Sanduvac.

 

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Refugee Girls Must Not Fear Their Periods

19 June 2017

by Zeynep Sanduvac, Education in Emergencies Specialist, Plan International This blog was originally published by Plan International.

 

Supporting girls in refugee camps to confidently manage their periods plays a huge role in keeping them in school and reducing the risks they face, blogs Plan International’s Zeynep Sanduvac.

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Sierra Leone’s young generation faces two wars

11 December 2014

by Andrew Benson Greene, Founder of B-Gifted Foundation of Sierra Leone. This blog post was originally published on 30 November 2014 at Traverse with Andrew Greene.

Two sets of wars in Sierra Leone have left our generation of young people in utter pain, suffering, fear and often despair. The civil war that raged from 1991 to 2002 and now

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The Education Response to Ebola: The Role of Business

8 December 2014

By Justin W. van Fleet, Chief of Staff to the UN Special Envoy for Global Education, Rt. Honourable Gordon Brown, and nonresident fellow at the Center for Universal Education. This post was originally posted on 3 December 2014 by Brookings Institute.

Education has been one of the first casualties of the Ebola crisis

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