In Cox's Bazar, education is needed to prevent a lost generation

GPE CEO Alice Albright visited Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, in September and met with government officials and development partners to understand the situation of Rohingya and host communities. Watch this video to understand the scale of the situation and why education is key to prevent a lost generation.

October 22, 2019 by GPE Secretariat
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Alice Albright visits a learning center in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Credit: GPE/Stephan Bachenheimer

One million people. Half a million children and youth in need of education support. 34 camps in Cox's Bazar.

The scale of the crisis for the Rohingya who fled Myanmar in 2017 and the host communities in Cox's Bazar is enormous. Thankfully, many partners have stepped up and are actively supporting the Government of Bangladesh in responding to the crisis, including by providing education services. But more needs to be done, in particular to ensure that youth aged 15 to 18 have access to education services and are not left behind.

Watch a video about the visit by GPE CEO Alice Albright to Cox's Bazar last September and read Alice's blog on her visit to Bangladesh.

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