Supporting Syrian refugees in Iraq

As a leading organization in Education, and in order to ensure children, youth, adults refugees’ right to education and respond to the risk of youth falling into violence caused by the prevalent unemployment and lack of future perspectives, UNESCO is prioritising projects and activities that aim to improve access to secondary and vocational education, literacy, ICT, entrepreneurial and life skills in both urban areas and camp settings. Planned activities include secondary schools construction and rehabilitation, provision of teacher and master trainer training, catch up classes for out-of-school children, temporary schools, and psychosocial support in line with the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE).

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