#emergency education

Adv. Education in Emergencies & Fragile Contexts – World Vision International

This position will provide strategic direction for World Vision’s Education in Emergencies (EiE) and humanitarian context programming covering contexts of conflict, natural disasters, and health emergencies. It will lead the EiE program development for the partnership by building and leveraging partnerships, fundraising, creating a space for innovations in programming and tools, and advocating for child protection and reducing violence against children (VAC Global Campaign) and in formal and non-formal education settings in humanitarian responses.

Adv. Education in Emergencies & Fragile Contexts – World Vision International Read More »

Why education in emergencies must be a priority for world leaders

While many of us wish things could be made better for the more than 2.8 million Syrian children currently out of school, we often fail to acknowledge that this number is a mere fraction of children bereft of education in emergencies all over the world. While conflict is a serious concern for education, it is not the only threat – just under a quarter of all emergencies are complex ones with multiple causes, nearly a fifth are natural disasters and the remainder are public health emergencies. In today’s world, in order to survive every child needs the basic necessity of education. Education is the medium that allows children to understand themselves and relate to the world around them by interacting with it in safe settings.

Why education in emergencies must be a priority for world leaders Read More »

Scroll to Top