All New Fragile and Conflict-Affected States Portal
CEI invites you to explore the new Fragile and Conflict-Affected States topic portal.
The CEI database includes over 50 innovative programs aiming to improve students’ educational experience in fragile and conflict-affected areas. These programs address the numerous barriers students in these regions face in attaining a quality education, including the prevalence of gender-based violence, a dearth of qualified teachers and solid infrastructure, and trauma from witnessing conflict. CEI has curated a topic portal that explores some of the trends and common elements of these programs.
Users can now browse the new fragile and conflict-affected states topic portal, which includes easy access to over 50 profiles of programs working in this area, recent blog posts and news from innovators, and graphs to help visualize core elements of these programs.
This new topic portal includes four easy-to-navigate pages:
- Overview: Gain quick insight into CEI’s coverage of fragile and conflict-affected states, including materials from its research and evidence library, blog, and database-at-a-glance, which explores common themes among CEI-profiled programs operating in conflict-affected environments
- Data visualizations: Get the most up-to-date information on the characteristics of programs in the CEI database in user-friendly graphs and maps
- Programs: Sort through fragile and conflict-affected state programs in the CEI database based on categories that interest you most
- News and resources: Access relevant posts about fragile and conflict-affected states and programs from throughout the website on one page
How can you help spread the word?
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