A child in a wheelchair at school

Inclusive education

Over the past five years we have supported almost 3,500,000 children to access the quality education they deserve.

Education should be the right of all children, no matter who they are or where they are from. Yet millions of children around the world are being denied the basic education that would give them a fair start in life.

We’re committed to leaving no child behind. That’s why our projects focus on ensuring that those children who are most at risk of missing out – including girls, those with disabilities, refugees, and those living in disaster- or conflict-affected areas – are able to benefit from a quality education.

We focus on early childhood education (ECE) and basic literacy and numeracy skills, laying the foundations for children to have a brighter future. By investing in children at this crucial time in their development, our programmes build resilience for later in life.


Our work supporting education

16-year-old Nirmala smiles with her friend, who is carrying a pile of schoolbooks.

Education system strengthening

Developing inclusive education systems that leave no child behind.

Two young Rohingya boys sit on the floor of a child-friendly centre in the Cox's Bazar camp, drawing with colouring pencils

Education in emergencies

Building resilient education systems in fragile spaces.

Where we support inclusive education initiatives

Bangladesh

Education

  • Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) in Bangladesh

Cambodia

Education

Ethiopia

Education

  • Unlocking Talent Through Technology

Malawi

Education

  • Unlocking Talent Through Technology

Nepal

Education

Rwanda

Education