Blueprint for Joint Action: Case for Investment

Ethiopia. A girl holds her books above her head.
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Over 10 million children today are refugees, and the number keeps growing. More than 60 per cent of all refugees are displaced for decades, served by under-resourced humanitarian systems designed for the short term. Children are unable to access education and protection services on par with nationals and are thus unable to thrive.

This Blueprint for Action: Case for Investment outlines why the current political and economic climate offer an unprecedented historic opportunity to achieve lasting positive change for refugee and vulnerable host community children.

A young Syrian refugee girl is photographed outside her family shelter in Bardarash refugee camp.

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