Our shared goal is to achieve equity in education, reach the remaining and most vulnerable groups with no access to education, and support quality improvements in learning for all people.

A brief overview of education situation in the region

0 Million

Out-of-School Children

0 Million

Illiterate Youth

0%

Budget for OOSCY
(out-of-school children and youth)

Up to
1 %
of GDP
Economical Cost (for not solving the problem)

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 We aim to reach the unreached and promote equity, quality, inclusion, and flexibility in formal, informal, and non-formal education, as well as lifelong learning and global citizenship.

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Our main targets of development are learners in crises, minorities, migrants, refugees, girls, rural students, and learners with special needs.

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In Southeast Asia, 3.3 million children are out of school and disadvantaged. Following SDG 4, we need to come together to provide learning opportunities to realize their potential and increase well-being.

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