Delivering education during conflict

Delivering education during conflict

Education is important for children’s wellbeing, development and future prospects, as well as for a country’s peace, stability and economic development; and is often a priority for those directly affected.

Despite the challenges of delivering education during active conflict, it is possible, and UN agencies, non-governmental organisations, and donors have supported governments, communities, and local authorities in both government and opposition/rebel controlled areas to do so.

This rapid review summarises available evidence of support to education system resilience and education service delivery during active conflicts, including support provided by parents and communities. Information is provided from case studies of support to education in the West Bank and Gaza, Côte d’Ivoire, Afghanistan, Nepal, and Syria, including in rebel/opposition held areas.

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