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© UNICEF Mongolia/2015/Jan Zammit

Every child has the right to education. Education enhances lives. It is key to breaking the cycle of poverty. Education is the best investment we can make for the generation and for the future of all children.

UNICEF focuses on getting all children into clean and safe schools at the right age, so they can receive a quality education that will prepare them for the future.

UNICEF’s programme is working to improve access to quality education for all children. The programme is:

      · Creating child friendly schools that are inclusive, participatory, academically effective, protective, clean and safe

      · Improving access to quality education for disadvantaged children including children with disabilities, children from ethnic minority groups and boys in monasteries


Stories

Breaking down barriers: Making education accessible for all http://unicefmongolia.blogspot.com/2015/02/breaking-down-barriers-making-education.html

Welcome to school: Ensuring education for children with disabilities - http://unicefmongolia.blogspot.com/2014/10/welcome-to-school-ensuring-education.html

Schools for Asia: Proving a better education for Mongolia’s Monk Boys - http://unicefmongolia.blogspot.com/2013/08/schools-for-asia-providing-better.html

Photo Essay

Inclusive education for all - http://unicefmongolia.blogspot.com/2014/10/photos-inclusive-education-for-all.html

Video

Education of Mongolian monk children - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tphfc_oCQvQ

In Mongolia learning becomes a joy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WuKIvSH0KHw

Mountains, yurts, nomads and herds - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qj26zoZQNuU

Publication

Teachers in Mongolia: An Empirical study on recruitment into teaching, professional development and retention of teachers (Mongolian) 2012

Teachers in Mongolia: An Empirical study on recruitment into teaching, professional development and retention of teachers (English) 2012 

 

 
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