Monthly Archives: August 2010

Too little, too late: the cost of aid delays

Lives are being lost needlessly because of an aid system that favours crisis response over prevention By Kevin Watkins, director of the Education for All Global Monitoring Report from The Guardian, August 2, 2010 Last year, a militia attacked 12-year-old … Continue reading

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Education can’t wait till the war is over

By Pauline Rose, senior policy analyst, Education for All Global Monitoring Report team Recently I visited the huge refugee camps around Dadaab, Kenya, where more than 250,000 Somalis shelter from the war ravaging their country. In one camp, schoolboys said … Continue reading

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