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Syrian Refugees and The Schooling Challenge

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Oct 29, 2018 / 0 Comments
 

In 2017, the U.N. refugee agency, UNHCR, estimated that globally 68.5 million people had been forcefully displaced—the worst such crisis since World War II. Of these, 40 million were internally displaced peoples (IDPs), 25.4 million were refugees, and 3.1 million were asylum seekers. Over half were minors and over half of those minors were out of school. In 2017, 61 percent of refugee children were in primary school, compared to 92 percent globally and 23 percent were in secondary school compared to 84 percent globally. Two-thirds of refugee children in primary school don’t go on to secondary education and only 1 percent go on to higher education. 

 

Article originally posted on Brookings’ website. Read full article

عمر كاراسابان

عمر كاراسابان هو المنسق الإقليمي للمعرفة والتعلم بمكتب منطقة الشرق الأوسط وشمال أفريقيا. في السابق، كان يعمل منسقا إقليميا لشبكة تخفيض أعداد الفقراء وإدارة شؤون الاقتصاد، كما عمل بإدارة تنمية القطاع الخاص لدى البنك، وبقسم مشاركة القطاع الخاص في البنية الأساسية. وقبل الالتحاق بالبنك الدولي عام 1989، عمل مستشاراً بمنظمة هيومان رايتس ووتش، كما كان يحاضر بجامعة نيويورك. 

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