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Article Freeing education of financial constraints in South Asia
<b><i>Education budgeting in Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka,</i></b> discusses how economic and financial constraints in South Asia have forced governments to adopt cautious policies on public expenditure, especially in education. This work presents diverse experiences of how budgetary procedures are organised and implemented.
Article Promoting education during emergencies
UNICEF’s publication <b><i>Education in Emergencies in South Asia</i></b> underlines that schools and other learning spaces are vitally important for all children during disasters and emergencies. Providing individual case studies, it suggests strategies for reducing vulnerabilities and increased enrolment in schools.
Article Accelerating progress on education
Whilst basic education rights are universally recognised, ways of achieving them are highly contextualised. UNICEF’s <b><i>Developing Rights-Based Education SWAps in South Asia: From Evidence to Action</b></i> supports creative thinking and suggests how sector-wide approaches can be an instrument to build an inclusive and equitable education system.
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