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China

World Education has been collaborating with a number of migrant schools in Beijing, Shanghai, and Henan to improve the quality of education provided to migrant children and address the psychosocial needs, safety, and child protection issues for children who are left behind by migrant parents in rural provinces. World Education has also partnered with a range of local organizations to offer out-of-school migrant youth with quality education and training programs to build their job skills and prepare them for their lives ahead.

In 2005, World Education began its new initiative China’s Youth 2015 to address the educational and social disadvantages of children of migrant workers.

Most recently, World Education’s work in China formed part of two broader global initiatives: Youth on the Move and ConnectEd. These had long-term goals of improved learning outcomes, reduced vulnerability, better preparation for the world of work, and increased civic engagement for disadvantaged youth
 

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ConnectEd

The ConnectEd program addressed factors limiting the work and life options of disadvantaged youth by improving learning outcomes, preparedness for the world of work and civic engagement of disadvantaged youth.

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Youth on the Move

Youth on the Move was World Education's regional safe migration initiative which worked in three countries in Asia: China, Nepal and Cambodia. The Initiative addressed the education and well-being needs of migrant and vulnerable youth.

 
 

 

 

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