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This week, global leaders are meeting in Incheon, Republic of Korea, to look at progress in education over the last 15 years, and to chart the way forward for a powerful new education agenda.
As co-convener of the World Education Forum, which takes place 19–22 May, UNICEF is calling for a fair chance to learn for every child, particularly the most vulnerable.
“Our goal is to make education real for children, families and communities,” says Bruno Maes, UNICEF Representative in Chad.
“Access to free, compulsory education is a right that should be sustained for all children, no matter where they live or how difficult the circumstances in which they live.” With the support of GPE and EAC, UNICEF is building almost 1,600 classrooms, using eco-friendly insulation materials that help keep indoor temperatures down – important in a country like Chad, where temperatures can reach 50ºC (122ºF).
“Today we are formally announcing the transition of Builders First Source leadership," said Levy.
“The teachers cannot get through the work in these conditions.” As an example, she says that some children in grade 6 are still unable to write their own name.
Quality education for all To overcome these challenges, UNICEF is implementing a nationwide project, in partnership with the Government, that aims to strengthen basic education, benefitting almost a million children.
“Everyday I revise my lessons under the tree over there, because of the light,” says Ahmad as he points at the tree near his house.
“We do not have light at home, and it is the last place to get dark.
They all sleep in the same bedroom, and only a few thin mats separate them from the sandy ground. From time to time he sells vegetables and boiled eggs at the market, which brings in some extra income.