Last in Line, Last in School (2007)

Report by Save the Children that identifies key areas of policy and practise that need to change in order to give children in conflict-affected fragile states get an education.

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©International Save the Children Alliance
Publication Date: 2007
Author/Publisher: International Save the Children Alliance
Language: English

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From Save the Children:
The world’s richest countries are failing to help children in conflict-affected fragile states get an education.

Save the Children’s report reveals that donors give the least amount of education aid to the countries that need it most. Conflict-affected countries receive less than a fifth of global education aid, despite being home to more than half of the world’s children missing out on an education. They are last in line to go to school. The report identifies key areas of policy and practise that need to change in order to give them a quality education.


 

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