A Creeping Crisis: The neglect of education in slow-onset emergencies

Why education is vital in in mitigating the impact of drought - with particular focus on the current crises in east and west Africa.

August 2012


A Creeping Crisis focuses on the role and importance of education in mitigating the impact of droughts in east Africa and west Africa. Its recommendations are relevant both to those crises and to other countries likely to face slow-onset emergencies in the future.

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