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Innovation for equity in Lebanon


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Resource type:Articles
Keywords:Children & young people, Education, Host Communities, Innovation, Refugees/IDPs, Targeting, Identification and Profiling
Agency:UNICEF - United Nations Children's Fund
Author(s):Calestini, L.
Date published:30 September 2014
Publisher:Forced Migration Review

This article presents two innovative approaches aimed at addressing the particular needs of the most vulnerable among the refugee and host populations in Lebanon: (I) a vulnerability map developed by UNICEF Lebanon, and (II) the Pi for Learning (Pi4L) programme, a joint initiative of the International Education Association (IEA) and UNICEF Lebanon, in collaboration with Lebanon’s Ministry of Education and Higher Education.

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