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New Webcast September 12th:
Perspectives on Humanitarian-Development Coherence in Education

Elizabeth Ayen teaches eager students under a tree in a school compound in Rumbek, South Sudan. Photo Credit: Paul Jeffrey/Misean Cara

Join us for a webcast on Thursday, September 12th from 9:00am-10:30am (EDT)

This webcast will highlight the importance of humanitarian development coherence in education, provide an important framework for planning, applying and monitoring coherence in the education domain, and provide examples from U.S. Government programming. Panelists representing USAID’s offices of Education and Foreign Disaster Assistance, the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration, the Overseas Development Institute, the Global Partnership for Education, and Education Cannot Wait will offer their perspectives on USAID’s recent White Paper on Education and Humanitarian-Development Coherence, discuss opportunities and challenges for achieving coherence, and discuss coherence in action within the contexts of South Sudan and Yemen.
Check out the event page for information and resources.
 
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