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Rapid Education and Risk Analysis Report Published

"Schools that sustain outreach and collaboration mechanisms with parents and communities appear to manage insecurity better."
          
                 
                                                         - RERA for El Salvador 

Read more on this and other findings and recommendations in the Rapid Education and Risk Analysis (RERA) for El Salvador report published today. The RERA for El Salvador was commissioned by the USAID Mission in El Salvador to provide a fast “snapshot” of how the education sector is interacting with various risks—particularly gang violence and insecurity. The report provides insightful findings and offers actionable recommendations for USAID strategy and programming. 

In addition to the report, USAID Education's Ashley Henderson writes for our blog this week to share her experiences and insights working on the RERA for El Salvador.
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