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The future of Yemen is in peril, particularly for young people. Join us on 2 November together with Saxion University of Applied Sciences and the Youth Leadership Development Foundation to design idea

The future of Yemen is jeopardized if something does not change. A generation of children, young men and women have limited access to education and are lacking proper education. More than 1,600 schools remained closed in Yemen due to conflict-related damages (OCHA).

The Saxion Majlis

Saxion University of Applied Sciences is working with Youth Leadership Development Foundation to deliver education in Yemen. We are faced with the challenges of limited travel, insecurity, border closures, and staff turnover.

Help us on the 2nd of November to design ideas for sustainable impact of  (blended learning) education and training arrangements which will empower people & NGO’s in a fragile context. Let’s join forces for change.

Your contribution to continue empowerment trough education in vulnerable parts of the world is of great value. We hope you save the date. A detailed program will follow.

Date of publishing: 01-11-17

About this knowledge platform

The Knowledge Platform Security & Rule of Law aims to promote knowledge exchange and to identify, define and answer research questions with the aim of underpinning Dutch development policy in fragile and conflict affected settings and its implementation more adequately; thereby contributing to its effectiveness. It does so by convening an international network of the most qualified practitioners, policy-makers, academics and business, online and offline. The keywords in this endeavor are demand-oriented, problem-oriented, multidisciplinary and high-quality content grounded in practice and designed for impact.

 

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