D’Addio, senior policy analyst in the UNESCO’S GEM report, said
that African countries should implement continental and global
pacts that roots for refugee education as a means to realize
durable peace and stability.
Declaration in particular obliges countries in this region to
promote rights of refugees by ensuring they have access to
education,” said Anna.
data to inform development of refugee inclusive education
programs,” she added.
The United Nations
High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimates that 4 million
refugees aged 5 to 17 were out of school in 2017 across the
UNHCR deputy representative in Kenya, said that political
goodwill coupled with affirmative action is key to boosting
school enrolment among displaced children and youth in