Children at increased risk of harm online during global COVID-19 pandemic

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In Beijing, China, 11th grader Xiaoyu studies at home while her mother also works remotely

IPA, WHO and UNICEF launch Read the World on International Children’s Book Day to support children and young people in isolation

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World Bank Supports Georgia’s Human Capital by Helping Enhance the Quality of Education

The Government of Georgia and the World Bank launched on March 5,2020 the Innovation, Inclusion and Quality (I2Q) project at an event held at the Ceremonial Palace of Georgia. The $102.7 million project aims to support investment in human capital...

Myanmar: New Project Aims to Improve Education Quality and Access Across Country

A project to improve access to, and quality of, basic education nationwide in Myanmar was approved by the World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors, on March 3. The project, financed by a US$100 million credit from the International Development...

World Bank to Analyze Bulgaria’s Public Spending in Science, Technology and Innovation

The World Bank will provide analytical and advisory support to Bulgaria on how to make the most of public spending on science, technology and innovation, and how to formulate a vision for the education sector until 2030.

European Investment Bank and UNICEF partner to help improve access to quality education and protect children from climate change

The European Investment Bank (EIB) and UNICEF announced a new partnership aimed at increasing access to quality education and reducing the impact of climate change on children, on January 27.

On World Education Day, UNICEF unveils latest innovation to improve education in emergencies: The High Performance Tent

UNICEF announced the launch of a new generation of innovative multi-purpose tents which will provide a wide range of humanitarian support for children affected by conflict and disasters around the world, on January 23.

Report: Poorer Nations Squeeze More Out Off Limited School Budgets

Consider the places that best prepare their students for the future and what comes to mind are nations such as Finland and South Korea, which are famous the world over for their education systems. However these are also fairly high income nations....