Dubai Cares contributes to the launch of "Education Cannot Wait"

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Young students in Grade 6 in newly built school 'Collège moderne of N'Guyakro'. Credit: GPE/Carine Durand

Dubai Cares participated in the World Humanitarian Summit, where Education Cannot Wait was launched. Dubai Cares was part of a Technical Strategy Group that was set up by Gordon Brown, UN Special Envoy for Global Education, Anthony Lake, Executive Director of UNICEF, and Julia Gillard, GPE Board Chair at the Oslo Summit on Education for Development in 2015, where it was agreed to launch a specific funding platform focused on education in emergencies. 

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Young students in Grade 6 in newly built school 'Collège moderne of N'Guyakro'. Credit: GPE/Carine Durand

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