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TEVT Promoting technical education and vocational training (TEVT)

UNICEF and the Companies Commission of Malaysia launched their 3rd Best Business Practice Circular. It focuses on the provision of technical education and vocational training through public-private partnerships. Read

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UNGEI at 10: A Journey to Gender Equality in Education, 2010

The report documents UNGEI’s activities over the last 10 years and its value-added function in advancing the Millennium Development Goals as they relate to gender, education, poverty reduction and EFA. Read

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© UNICEF All Children, Everywhere, 2009

This document presents UNICEF's education strategy through 2015. This overview of UNICEF's work in basic education and gender equality outlines the organisation's goals, guiding principles, main partners and key actions to deliver a quality education for all children. Read

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© UNICEF Six Steps to Abolishing Primary School Fees, 2009

This publication outlines 6 steps towards sound planning and implementation of school fee abolition policies. It also includes an appendix on Combined Strategies to Reach the Most Vulnerable. Read

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© UNICEF Child-Friendly Schools Manual, 2009
This manual is a reference document and practical guidebook to help countries implement the child-friendly school (CFS) model, which is aimed at promoting quality education for every girl and boy. Read

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© UNICEF A Human Rights-Based Approach to EDUCATION FOR ALL, 2007

This UNESCO-UNICEF publication presents current thinking and practice in education, with a rights-based policy and program development framework. It aims to facilitate accelerated actions to attain EFA and the education Millennium Development Goals. Read

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Gender Achievements and Prospects in Education: The GAP report (Part One), 2005

GAP examines why the Millennium Development Goal of gender parity in education by 2005 was not met, and highlights innovations that can help ensure that all children are in school by 2015. Read

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Accelerating Progress in Girls' Education, 2003

Out-of-school girls need our attention now. This is UNICEF's message for the '25 by 2005' campaign - a global drive to assist the international community in meeting its commitment to gender parity in education by the year 2005. Read

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Girls' Education, Making Investments Count, 2003

Many countries are devoting a good share of their budgets to education. Unfortunately, the 2003 UNICEF-World Bank workshop "Investment Options in Education for All" concluded that much of the investment is misdirected. Read

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Making Quality Education Affordable: What Have We Learned?, 2003

The paper examines a number of key issues in the financing of education, including public financing, private financing, the increasing blurring between the public and private sectors and the issue of equity in financing of education, particularly with regard to gender. Read

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