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“It’s like a pen of children. We need more classrooms.”   UNICEF Côte D'Ivoire/2018/Bhandari Children packed tightly into a classroom in Gonzagueville, Côte d'Ivoire. (...) Transforming plastic waste into building materials for classrooms To meet these challenges, UNICEF has set its sights on a bold objective: transform all plastic waste into building materials for classrooms. (...) It also cost 40% less than traditional classrooms   UNICEF Côte D'Ivoire/2018/Bhandari Children gather outside of Africa's first recycled plastic classroom in Gonzagueville.
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Score: 1204386.2 - https://www.unicef.org/stories...lding-blocks-childrens-futures
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relation: http://en.unesco.org/mediabank/13804/ title: Primary education, children, teacher, classroom creator: Roger, Dominique subject: Education subject: Children description: Primary education, children, teacher, classroom date: 1971 type: Image type: NonPeerReviewed format: image language: none rights: cc_by_sa_3_igo identifier: http://en.unesco.org/mediabank/13804/1/10003129.jpg identifier: Primary education, children, teacher, classroom.
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Score: 1203809.5 - https://en.unesco.org/mediaban.../DC/mediabank-eprint-13804.txt
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The DUO/G found that several aggravating factors warranted separation from service without termination indemnity, including the fact that the Appellant’s misconduct involved violence against a vulnerable child; the trust and responsibility incumbent on classroom teachers; the fact that the Appellant had never admitted wrongdoing or shown remorse; and the potential for the Appellant’s misconduct to cause significant reputational harm to UNRWA. 12. (...) The Appellant asked the victim to come to the front of the classroom after the latter had failed to answer a question. (...) The victim tried to leave the classroom to find the School Principal, but the Appellant pushed the victim, and he fell to the floor and hit his head on a desk.
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Score: 1203616.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2021-UNAT-1158.pdf
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With the reconstruction of 6 semi-permanent classrooms across the district, there are now more space places for children to get back to learning. (...) Like every child they deserve an education and these classrooms are helping make sure their learning is not disrupted. Thanks so much to KfW for this vital support,” Tahani Saeed, Education Officer, UNICEF Ibb Field Office. UNICEF Yemen/2019/Ahmed Ameen The new classrooms, which were provided by UNICEF.
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Score: 1203055.3 - https://www.unicef.org/yemen/s...tion-possibilities-are-endless
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release UNICEF warns of shockingly low levels of learning, with only a third of 10-year-olds globally estimated to be able to read and understand a simple written story Ahead of the Transforming Education Summit, UNICEF unveils the ‘Learning Crisis Classroom’ at the United Nations Headquarters in New York to draw attention to the urgent need to transform education systems worldwide 19 September 2022 UNICEF/UN0703363/Chris Farber/UNICEF via Getty Images On 14 September 2022, a view of UNICEF’s ‘Learning Crisis Classroom’ installation at United Nations Headquarters in New York. (...) “Under resourced schools, underpaid and underqualified teachers, over-crowded classrooms and archaic curricula are undermining our children’s ability to reach their full potential,” said Catherine Russell UNICEF Executive Director. (...) To draw attention to the education crisis and the need to transform learning worldwide, UNICEF today publicly unveiled the ‘Learning Crisis Classroom,’ a model classroom that represents the scale of children failing to learn critical foundational skills.
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Score: 1202877.7 - https://www.unicef.org/romania...ly-third-10-year-olds-globally
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article School Improvement Grant Brings Hope to Newlands Primary A new modern building is benefiting primary students thanks to the School Improvement Grant made possible as part of the multi-donor Education Development Fund (EDF II), 2012-2020. John Mokwetsi UNICEF Zimbabwe/2019/John Mokwetsi 09 May 2019 CHINHOYI, Zimbabwe - Timothy Hoba, 12 years old, sits on the edge of the wooden bench with five other Grade 4 students in a classroom at Newlands Primary school in Chinhoyi, Mashonaland West. (...) Students are crammed in the house whose rooms have since been turned into classrooms. New classrooms About 50 metres from the farmhouse, a new modern building has been constructed and has brought a lot of excitement in the resettlement area and to students like Timothy. (...) Read the story Press release 16 September 2022 UNICEF warns of shockingly low levels of learning, with only a third of 10-year-olds globally estimated to be able to read and understand a simple written story Visit the page Article UNICEF Zimbabwe advances inclusive education in Masvingo “The sky is the limit for all of us,” Shepherd said posing momentarily to an enthusiastic classroom that looked on as he spoke animatedly.
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Score: 1202811.4 - https://www.unicef.org/zimbabw...t-brings-hope-newlands-primary
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Within the scope of Result 1, MoNE and UNICEF plan to install 300 container classrooms to increase pre-primary physical space in schools. In addition to the container classrooms, 400 playgrounds will be installed to facilitate outdoor activities of pre-primary children. (...) The consultant should possess all the No Tasks Deliverables Timeline Estimated person-days 1 Conduct regular factory visits to where the container classrooms and playgrounds are being fabricated to monitor the production of container classrooms and playgrounds according to the technical specifications and blueprints.
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Score: 1202614.4 - https://www.unicef.org/turkey/...2021-08/Civil_Engineer_ToR.pdf
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Nematullah, 19 years old talks about what he and many of his classmates went through while a suicide attacker detonated his explosives in the middle of their classroom in Mau’ud Educational Center located in western part of the capital, Kabul. (...) Looking at the wreckage of the classroom, he said: “So many lives were taken in a blink of eye, in a classroom full of students, over 150 maybe, so many dreams dashed in a  moment.” (...) I fear sitting in a classroom. No matter how good a teacher is, I can’t concentrate, I can’t learn, thinking of that tragic day, loosing so many of my friends in the attack on our classroom, no matter where, what school and classroom, I feel unsafe.”
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Score: 1202451.8 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/st...es/safe-learning-afghanistan-0
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Judith Okonkwo, Imisi 3D UNICEF Nigeria/2019/Achirga At the Imisi 3D creation lab, Judith Okonkwo explains how she plans to bring virtual reality to classrooms in Nigeria. With UNICEF’s support, Imisi 3D will explore how to best develop innovative educational content based on curriculum needs and connectivity constraints of schools in Nigeria. (...) It will be fascinating to see how Imisi 3D’s project takes off in the pilot school, and to see more schools adopt virtual reality in classrooms to enrich school children’s learning experiences.     UNICEF Nigeria/2019/Achirga Judith Okonkwo, founder of Imisi 3D, working with a member of her team on a VR for education project. As ten-year-old Imran says “It’ll be so much easier to learn if we use VR technology in our classrooms!
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Score: 1202127.9 - https://www.unicef.org/innovat...ries/virtual-reality-classroom
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release UNICEF warns of shockingly low levels of learning, with only a third of 10-year-olds globally estimated to be able to read and understand a simple written story Ahead of the Transforming Education Summit, UNICEF unveils the ‘Learning Crisis Classroom’ at the United Nations Headquarters in New York to draw attention to the urgent need to transform education systems worldwide 16 September 2022 UNICEFZimbabwe/2022/John Mokwetsi NEW YORK, 16 September 2022  – Ahead of the Transforming Education Summit, UNICEF warns of shockingly low levels of learning, with only a third of 10-year-olds globally estimated to be able to read and understand a simple written story, down from half pre-pandemic. (...) To draw attention to the education crisis and the need to transform learning worldwide, UNICEF today publicly unveiled the ‘ Learning Crisis Classroom ,’ a model classroom that represents the scale of children failing to learn critical foundational skills. (...) Read the story Article UNICEF Zimbabwe advances inclusive education in Masvingo “The sky is the limit for all of us,” Shepherd said posing momentarily to an enthusiastic classroom that looked on as he spoke animatedly.
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Score: 1201821.1 - https://www.unicef.org/zimbabw...ly-third-10-year-olds-globally
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