West and Central Africa Youth Consultation-Summary report

The G7 state members, the European Union and their West and Central African partners expressed their will to know the concerns and recommendations of the young leaders in the sub-region. To collect concerns and recommendations, the state of France mandated the Coalition Education, a collective of 19 civil society organizations committed to the right to education to carry out a consultation process between March and May 2019. The youth consultation targeted youth led organisations/young leaders from West and Central Africa sub-region. Subsequently, Plan International organised a consolidation workshop on the 11th of April 2019, in Accra. The workshop brought together about 50 West and Central African young leaders. A summary of the consultation outcomes is available here.

Education is a right. It must concern everyone. Together, we're stronger. Cheikh Mbow, Nigeria. A call to leaders: https://bit.ly/2TFPKCT #OneBillionVoicesForEducation #GES2021 @GPforEducation @AncefaRegional @ArabCampaignEdu @ASPBAE @redclade @AliceAlbright

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Girls drop out of school more and are more likely not to go to school again. Story from Pakistan:

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