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Webinar: The Role of Affordable Non-State Schools in Crisis and Conflict

Join USAID next Tuesday, May 22, 2018, 10 a.m. (ET)


ECCN and Results for Development (R4D) invite you to the Webcast: What is the Role of Affordable Non-State Schools in Crisis and Conflict.

On May 22, at 10:00 a.m. (ET), R4D will present findings from a new report exploring the role of affordable non-state schools in crisis and conflict contexts. Panelists from R4D will present findings from El Salvador and Kaduna State, Nigeria that will lead into a discussion on how governments and donors can best support non-state education providers in crisis and conflict contexts. The webcast will be moderated by Suezan Lee and Nina Papadopoulos from USAID.

Background: In 2016, over 109 million children were living in fragile settings. In such settings, a government’s ability to provide education can be severely hampered, and affordable non-state schools can respond to the unmet demand for education. Although there is significant research on both non-state education and education in crisis and conflict-affected countries, little has been written about their intersection.

Please RSVP to obtain login information. For more information on the webcast, presenter biographies, and resources please visit the event website.

Join USAID next Tuesday, May 22, 2018, 10 a.m. (ET)
ECCN and Results for Development (R4D) invite you to the Webcast: What is the Role of Affordable Non-State Schools in Crisis and Conflict.

On May 22, at 10:00 a.m. (ET), R4D will present findings from a new report exploring the role of affordable non-state schools in crisis and conflict contexts. Panelists from R4D will present findings from El Salvador and Kaduna State, Nigeria that will lead into a discussion on how governments and donors can best support non-state education providers in crisis and conflict contexts. The webcast will be moderated by Suezan Lee and Nina Papadopoulos from USAID.

Background: In 2016, over 109 million children were living in fragile settings. In such settings, a government’s ability to provide education can be severely hampered, and affordable non-state schools can respond to the unmet demand for education. Although there is significant research on both non-state education and education in crisis and conflict-affected countries, little has been written about their intersection.

Please RSVP to obtain login information. For more information on the webcast, presenter biographies, and resources please visit the event website.