SDG 04: Quality Education

Reimagining education for refugees post-pandemic

The global pandemic has made it harder for refugees and asylum seekers to access education. Image: REUTERS/Jamal Saidi

Marie Penelope Nezurugo

Research and Analysis Specialist, World Economic Forum

Nellie Kamau

Incoming Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs Candidate, University of British Columbia

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Global number of children and adolescents who do not achieve minimum proficiency levels in reading, by age group, region and sex
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