Archive | February, 2007

Uganda launches education campaign for war-affected children

© UNICEF/NYHQ2004-1179/Roger LeMoyne</br>A girl hands in schoolwork to her teacher at a makeshift school in a camp for displaced people in the village of Palabek near the Sudan border

© UNICEF/NYHQ2004-1179/Roger LeMoyneA girl hands in schoolwork to her teacher at a makeshift school in a camp for displaced people in the village of Palabek near the Sudan border

NEW YORK, USA, 15 February 2007 – UNICEF Uganda and its partners have put education in the spotlight this week with the launch of their ‘Go to school, back to school, stay in school’ campaign to help 1.3 million children get primary education in the country’s conflict-affected north and northeast.

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Implementing Partners

In 2007 UNICEF moved significantly beyond its conventional partners to explore new possibilities with international NGOs and other not for profit specialist groups. To this end, a network of partners in specific areas of work relating to different dimensions has been developed. They all have the requisite expertise and experience for this programme.

Education Clusters in Nepal, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Uganda is evidence of UNICEF expanding partnership. UNICEF has linked up with Global Alliances and Networks such as the Forum for Education NGOs in Uganda (FENU) to launch the Back-to-School Campaign.

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