Association for Protection of Refugee Women & Children. HAMI
انجمن حمایت از زنان و کودکان پناهنده. حامی

With the support of the National Migration Agency and the Norwegian Refugee Agency, HAMI has  reopened Mashhad school for children left out of education and school.

The reopening of HAMI s school can be an important and forward step to achieve the goals of sustainable development, which is to improve the education of immigrants and refugees.

The launch of SDG 4 for education for all by 2030 represents a critical window of opportunity to ensure that refugees and stateless children and youth are visible and accounted  for in the next 15 years of education sector planning, development and monitoring at national and sub-national levels. This brief provides a short introduction to SDG 4 and how it relates to education for refugees, as well as practical guidance on how to  advocate for refugees in national education sector planning and management to achieve the  education SDG 4.

Some 40 percent of refugees are under the age of 18, yet quality education is often out of reach. Of the total 14.8 million school-aged refugee children, 51 percent are estimated to be out of school, meaning more than 7 million refugee children are currently missing out on an education, while only 6 percent are benefiting from tertiary education.   

Based on our experiences, we have come to believe that the most important issue that can help the immigrant and refugee community to achieve their rights and improve their status is to strengthen educational foundations.

Therefore, in order to achieve the goals of our mission and to achieve the goals of sustainable development, we insistently take steps in this way and looking for better future for our students.


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