Supporting Learning Continuity Following the 2022 Pakistan Floods
In June 2022, Pakistan’s monsoon season, exacerbated by climate change, triggered the worst flooding in recent history, which has killed more than 1,700 people. As the waters receded, the broader implications for children emerged, including the impact on the education of 3.5 million children.
New research from EdTech Hub explores the education response to climate emergencies following the floods, and highlights the importance of utilising existing, more accessible technologies to ensure learning continuity.
The impact of the Pakistan floods on learning
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Learning Continuity in Response to Climate Emergencies: Pakistan's 2022 Floods
Preliminary Insights on Supporting Learning Continuity Following the 2022 Pakistan Floods
To what extent and when is it feasible to use technology to support learning during climates emergencies in Pakistan?
Behind the Research Series:
The aim of the Handbook is:
- To enhance the quality of educational preparedness, response and recovery;
- To increase access to safe and relevant learning opportunities for all learners, regardless of their age, gender or abilities; and
- To ensure accountability and strong coordination in the provision of education in emergencies through to recovery.