Children with disabilities remain disproportionately excluded from education in many countries. However, under the SDGs agenda and the Convention for the Rights of People with Disabilities, countries are committed to leaving no child behind. In order to do so, they need better data. Household surveys can potentially provide great insight on the educational participation and learning of children with disabilities. This webinar introduced new tools and explain how they can be used, and present the early results from ASER’s work in Pakistan and UNICEF’s work in multiple countries.
MODERATOR: Stuart Cameron, Equity and Inclusion Thematic Lead, GPE Secretariat
- Mitchell Loeb, Health Scientist, Office of Analysis and Epidemiology at the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA
- Muhammad Afzan Munir, Senior Research Analyst, ITA/ASER Pakistan
- Dr. Claudia Cappa, Senior Adviser for Statistics - Data and Analytics Section, UNICEF
- Dr. Suguru Mizunoya, Statistics & Monitoring Specialist - Division of Data, Analytics, Planning and Monitoring, UNICEF