Education

11/15/13

Birds Can Fly Home

About a year ago, Bader was an average 15-year-old boy. He attended the 10th grade of high school, met his friends after class to practice breakdancing, played tricks on people from time to time and wanted to become an English teacher.

11/15/13

I Can Hear My Parents’ Hearts Breaking

Abdulwahad is standing behind the counter of a small shop in Mafraq. Socks, shoes, blankets and scarves are hanging on rusty hat stands. Hair ties, nail polish and pens are piled in little baskets made out of bast. Shampoos, perfumes, make-up and hair spray are stored on shelves.

11/11/13

The Phnom Penh Post – Ethnic Minorities to Receive Bilingual Education

The government affirmed its commitment to bilingual education for ethnic minority children in Cambodia’s northern provinces at a UNESCO conference in Bangkok last week.

10/25/13

Sangita's Second Chance to Go to School

Up until two months ago, 13-year-old Sangita Devi had never set foot in a school. She grew up in a household in India where she and her older sister assumed all of the responsibilities while her two brothers were in school.

10/23/13

Catching Up With Maria Landa

On October, 18, 2013, we caught up with Maria Landa, who with CARE's help owns three successful businesses in Peru.

10/22/13

Norwegian Refugee Council – Education: A Lifeline in Emergencies

Half of the world’s out-of-school children live in conflict-affected areas. Getting those children back to school can save their lives, their health – and their futures.

10/17/13

Peer Education in Papua New Guinea

In Bougainville, Papua New Guinea, young adults are experiencing an HIV and AIDS epidemic that is placing their generation in even more danger after years of conflict.

10/16/13

Rhoda Chaima's Three Years in Secondary School

“Please Henry don’t talk to me in vernacular, I don’t want to be punished once my colleagues and teachers hear me talking our vernacular while in the campus.”

Rhoda Chaima

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