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08 September 2023
How 1.5 million girls in Nigeria found their way to school
GEP3, a collaboration between Nigeria, UNICEF and the UK's FCDO, increased girls' school enrollment, closed the gender gap, and improved learning outcomes.
27 March 2023
Aisha and the terrible flood
Through the Radio Accelerated Learning Programme, children in Rugan Isah Community of Hadejia Local Government in Jigawa State are still able to learn.
20 March 2023
From homelessness to an assured future
Hope is rising for Yagana, a formerly unaccompanied child who has found a new family and has been enrolled in school in north-east Nigeria
24 November 2022
Nigeria, FCDO, UNICEF’s girls’ education programme sends an additional 1.5 million girls to school in northern Nigeria
29 April 2022
How a UNICEF volunteer enrolled six out-of-school girls in s
After one year of relentless engagement, a community mobiliser in north-east Nigeria convinced an aged Mallam to enroll his six daughters in school
30 October 2021
From street to classroom – Aisha’s journey to an education
Yobe mothers address barriers to education and ensure more girls enroll and stay in school
01 December 2017
Impact Evaluation of UNICEF Nigeria Girls' Education Project
Impact Evaluation report
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11 October 2017
Against all odds, girls learn again
Since the beginning of the Boko Haram insurgency in 2009, over 1.8 million people have been displaced from their homes across northeast Nigeria.
20 July 2017
Malala visits Nigeria to draw attention to education crisis
Over 2,295 teachers have been killed, 19,000 displaced, and almost 1,400 schools destroyed in northeast Nigeria since the start of the Boko Haram insurgency
18 July 2017
Malala visits schoolgirls displaced by the Boko Haram crisis
Malala's message to girls at a UNICEF Nigeria-supported school for displaced children? For girls to continue their education and follow their dreams.
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