Action Education Magazine n°164: Education and poverty


In this issue


Editorial"With the accumulation of crises, extreme poverty is taking hold", by Charles-Emmanuel Ballanger, International CEO of Action Education


  • India - Empowering young people when leaving child welfare homes
  • MAG Junior 2022 - Tell us your dreams for tomorrow
  • Togo - Empowerment of youth and women in the north of the country

Special Report.. Education, victim or weapon against poverty?


  • Haiti - Rehabilitation and construction of schools
  • Benin - Promoting the quality of education
  • Madagascar - Environmental awareness in schools
  • Vietnam - Better health for rural children


  • Education in crisis: UNESCO is souding the alarm bell
  • Education in crisis: UNESCO is souding the alarm bell

Citizen mobilisation

  • Resumption of solidarity concerts in aid of Action Education
  • Raising awareness of the right to education through forum theatre

Act with us. Where education wins, poverty loses!

In brief

  • Education action at the Solidays 2022 Festival
  • Discover Action Education's new international website

Witness report. Daniel UMI, "Making migrant children visible".

On the same theme :

2023 in pictures

Low literacy levels among children living in remote mountain areas are attributed to high drop-out rates among tribal children, who have difficulty understanding the language of instruction, which is Telugu. Vizianagaram district, Andhra Pradesh, India, 2023. Chandra Kiran

Action Education has stepped up its efforts in the face of persistent crises that are hitting the most vulnerable hardest. Discover the year 2023 through these three categories: access and quality of education, early childhood education, youth and adult education. These images bear witness to our determination to overcome the obstacles to a world where education is accessible to everyone.

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