IFRC Guidance for RCRC Education Response to COVID-19

Educational disruptions, even temporary, have serious repercussions on the lives and well-being of young people and their families, especially those already left behind or left out of society.

This IFRC guidance includes information on:

  • Key facts and figures about the global impact of COVID-19 on formal education systems
  • What can the IFRC and National Societies do?
  • Partnerships
  • Useful IFRC Geneva Secretariat contacts for support related to the COVID-19 education response
  • List of related resources
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