11 February is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science – and a reminder that today, many women and girls continue to be excluded from participating fully in science education and careers.
13 Nov 2015
More than 240,000 children will receive daily hot meals in school this academic year in Guinea,...
3 Nov 2015
With five camps spread across 41 square kilometers, Dadaab is home to more than 350,000 people. 60...
16 Sep 2015
With a per capita income of just around $310 in 2000, Tanzania’s march towards achieving Millennium...
4 Aug 2015
It’s 7:30 in the morning, and already classes have begun at the Soufouroulaye youth camp about 500...
22 Feb 2013
Ni hao, Chinese for “hello,” or ting bu dong, meaning “I hear you, but I don’t understand,” are two...
2 Oct 2012
Offering free education, making it compulsory and supporting it politically has been the winning...
15 Aug 2012
With sharp increases in enrolment in a number of African countries, teachers often must face over-...
15 Jan 2010
By eliminating fees, Kenya was able to quickly get 2 million more pupils into its primary schools....
15 Jan 2007
School feeding programmes help keep children in school and create markets for poor food farmers....
15 Jul 2005
Progress for both boys and girls towards Millennium education goal