On October 20th, UNICEF Sudan convened a wide range of stakeholders in Sudan to discuss how innovative synergies across different areas of work can be created to provide out-of-school and other vulnerable children access to quality education.
Moderated by Gaizka Mentxaka, the speakers included:
“Abandoning FGM/C in Sudan through positive messages” by Fatma Abdalla, A young Saleema Ambassador from Butri Community
“Harnessing the use of technology to educate the most vulnerable children”, by Kate Radford, War Child Holland
“Blind children have the right to education too”, by Yusra Osman, winner of the socialgoodsummit competition
“Positive Thinking”, by Torki Farhat, Co-Founder of SAY Foundation
“Giving vulnerable children a chance for Education”, by Mohamed, a member of the first generation of children enrolled in the ALP graduating from University.
A video recording of the event will be available soon!