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Education First - 2013Foster Global Citizenship
This infographic by Education First depicts strategies to close the financial gap by investing in education, including increasing both global and local investments.
Education First - 2013Improve the Quality of Learning
This Education First infographic offers information on the importance of promoting global citizenship. Education must cultivate an active care for the world and for those with whom we share it.
Education First - 2013Put Every Child in School
This infographic by Education First presents currents issues stemming from poor quality of education. It suggests what is needed in order to improve the quality of learning, including a larger teacher workforce and an increase in early-childhood education.
Education First - 2013Out of school children
This Education First infographic outlines steps to take in order to put every child in school. Steps include providing additional support for children and building more schools. Also shown are various statistics about out-of-school youth.
Education for All - 2013UN Initiative
This infographic by Education for All provides various statistics referencing children’s education prospects at risk. Progress towards getting all children into school is too slow.
Global Education First Initiative - 2013Education Cannot Wait
This infographic by the Global Education First Initiative outlines their approach to put every child in school and improve the quality of learning while fostering global citizenship.
Global Partnership for Education - 2013Every Child Needs a Teacher
This infographic from the Global Partnership for Education outlines the necessity of providing education for children and youth in humanitarian emergencies and conflict areas.
Global Partnership for Education - 2013Healthy Wealthy and Wise Girls
This infographic by the Global Partnership for Education emphasizes the importance of quality teachers around the world. It provides statistics on the overall lack of teachers, teacher training, student-to-teacher ratios, teacher salaries, and gender disparities.
Global Partnership for Education - 2013How GPE works
This infographic by the Global Partnership for Education explains how education girls makes them “healthy, wealthy and wise.” Statistics regarding literacy, child mortality, life expectancy, and financial earnings are included.
Global Partnership for Education - 2013Invest in Girls
This infographic by the Global Partnership for Education outlines their plan of action to bring all parties involved in education to the same table to develop sector programs. The expected result is to have more children go to school and learn essential life skills like reading and math.
Global Partnership for Education - 2013Partnership to Teach Every Child
This infographic from the Global Partnership for Education offers numerous statistics as to why investing in girls’ education delivers results.
Global Partnership for Education - 2013Education in Fragile Contexts: Turning Policy into Action
This infographic by the Global Partnership for Education provides various goals to increase the number of trained teachers around the world.
Graphic Change - Global Partnership for Education - 2014Three Steps to Conflict Sensitive Education
This infographic by Graphic Change, promoted by the Global Partnership for Education (GPE), was created at the GPE Replenishment Conference in Brussels where participants were urged to address three barriers: 1) Increase financing to education in emergencies; 2) Keep schools safe from attack; and 3) Integrate emergency prevention in education plans and budgets.
INEE - 2015Enrollment in Primary Education
This INEE infographic highlights and explains the three key steps to conflict sensitive education.
Millennium Development Goal - 2013Girls Have a Right to Education
This infographic offers information about the second Millennium Development Goal, “Achieve universal primary education.” Enrollment in primary education in developing regions has reached 90%, but 57 million children remain out of school.
Plan International - 2013Impact of Girls’ Education
This infographic from PLAN’s “Because I am a Girl” initiative provides a map of existing barriers girls face in receiving an education as well as doors that are opened if education becomes available.
Plan International - 2013Economic Effect of Exclusion
This infographic from PLAN’s “Because I am a Girl” initiative explains the impact of girls’ education. It includes facts about increasing financial independence and leadership and decreasing early pregnancies and marriage.
Results for Development - 2013Global Learning Crisis
This infographic from the Results for Development Institute contains information on the global number of out of school children and why it is more expensive to not educate a child than it is to educate a child. Until universal primary education is reached, out of school children will continue to represent a costly underinvestment in developing economies.
UNESCO - 2013EiE Aspiration
This UNESCO infographic shows that despite an increase in enrollment, there remain deficits in the global education system. Necessary improvements include teacher training, lower student-to-teacher ratios, and an increase in supplies and resources for both teachers and students.
UNICEF - 2013EIE Obligation
This UNICEF infographic provides evidence as to why education is an aspiration, especially in times or conflict or natural disasters.
UNICEF - 2013EIE Protection
This UNICEF infographic offers information about the necessity of education in times of conflict or natural disasters as it facilitates recovery, stability, investment, literacy and learning.
UNICEF - 2013EIE Transformation
This infographic from UNICEF presents reasons why education serves as a means of protection in states of emergency.
UNICEF - 2013Back to School
This UNICEF infographic contains information about how education is beneficial to communities in times of transformation after emergence from conflict or natural disasters.
This UNRWA infographic provides various statistics about Palestinian refugee children and how they have been affected by the ongoing crisis in Syria.