Education

It is axiomatic that humanitarian crisis destroys regular community services such as education, or forces people to flee from their home communities. Moving beyond the basic physical necessities, humanitarian response has evolved to seek to ensure that people affected by humanitarian crisis have access to education, as a basic human right and hence a core component of programming. Given the nature of education, its provision requires a particular coordination with the national authorities and continuity with longer-term development initiatives.
School building with broken window
Photo: Trócaire

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