Education Above All


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P.O Box 34173, Doha-Qata

EAA acts as an umbrella organisation for several programmes, which specialise in providing educational opportunities to communities stricken by poverty or crisis. The foundation began operating in 2013, as a centralised home for stand-alone programmes Educate A Child (operating since 2012), Al Fakhoora and Protect Education in Insecurity and Conflict (both operating since 2009). A pilot project, Kakuma, also falls under its remit. Shared resources and infrastructure have resulted in optimised output within the streamlined organisation



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MDPI AG, St. Alban-Anlage 66
4052 Basel, Switzerland

A pioneer in scholarly open access publishing, MDPI has supported academic communities since 1996. Based in Basel, Switzerland, MDPI has the mission to foster open scientific exchange in all forms, across all disciplines. Our 271 diverse, peer-reviewed, open access journals are supported by more than 67,200 academic editors. We serve scholars from around the world to ensure the latest research is freely available and all content is distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY).

Journals include Molecules (launched in 1996; Impact Factor 3.267), the International Journal of Molecular Sciences (launched in 2000; Impact Factor 4.556), Sensors (launched in 2001; Impact Factor 3.275), Marine Drugs (launched in 2003; Impact Factor 4.073), Energies (launched in 2008; Impact Factor 2.702), the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (launched in 2004; Impact Factor 2.849), Viruses (launched in 2009; Impact Factor 3.816), Remote Sensing (launched in 2009; Impact Factor 4.509), Toxins (launched in 2009; Impact Factor 3.531) and Nutrients (launched in 2009; Impact Factor 4.546). With further offices in Beijing and Wuhan (China), Barcelona (Spain) and Belgrade (Serbia), MDPI has published the research of 263,500 individual authors and our journals receive more than 5.8 million monthly webpage views.

Education Cannot Wait

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3 UN Plaza, New York
NY, 10017, USA

ECW was established during the World Humanitarian Summit in 2016 by international humanitarian and development aid actors, along with public and private donors, to help reposition education as a priority on the humanitarian agenda, usher in a more collaborative approach among actors on the ground and foster additional funding to ensure that every crisis-affected child and young person is in school and learning.

Based on the recognition that continuous access to quality learning is a priority for children and families affected by conflicts, natural disasters and displacement and that no organisation can do it alone, ECW comes as a ground-breaking initiative bringing together public and private partners eager to work together differently and mobilise the funding required to deploy immediate and sustainable programmes tailor-made to the educational needs of these children.


Education Cannot Wait is hosted by UNICEF. The Fund is administered under UNICEF’s financial, human resources and administrative rules and regulations, while operations are run by the Fund’s own independent governance structure

Disability, CBR & Inclusive Development (DCID)


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J-124, Ushas Apts, 16th Main, 4th Block
Bangalore 560 011

Disability, CBR and Inclusive Development aims to enhance knowledge in the field of disability, addressing the needs of practitioners in the field (particularly those from developing countries), policy makers, disabled persons’ organisations and the scientific community. The journal encourages publication of information that is evidence-based, to improve current knowledge and programme implementation, and will be openly and freely accessible to all readers.

Disability, CBR and Inclusive Development focuses on the following themes, with emphasis on perspectives from developing countries:

Community-based rehabilitation
Inclusive education
Women with disabilities
Inclusive development
Human rights and self-advocacy
Role of Disabled Persons’ Organisations (DPOs)
Policy and legislation related to disability issues
Health-related rehabilitation and outcomes - perspectives from developing countries
Assistive devices - perspectives from developing countries
Accessibility (including inclusive design)
Disability and HIV/AIDS/reproductive health
Disability and conflict
Disability and emergencies

Articles are published under the following sections:

Peer-reviewed original research articles (empirical or theoretical), upto 4,000 words excluding abstract, tables, and references.
Peer-reviewed in-depth reviews, upto 5,000 words excluding abstract, tables, and references.
Peer-reviewed brief reports, 2,000 to 2,500 words excluding abstract, tables, and references.
Case studies, 1500 to 2000 words inclusive
Experiential, first person accounts, 2,000 to 2,500 words inclusive.
Letters to the Editor, 1,000 to 1,500 words inclusive.

Reason Digital


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Reason Digital
2nd Floor
24–26 Lever Street Manchester, M1 1DW

An agency that partners with charities, individuals and CSR leaders to combat society’s biggest issues with award-winning digital innovation.

Parent-Teacher Association Mongolia


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The Parent-Teacher Association Mongolia (PTA Mongolia) is a non-governmental organization dedicated to improving the quality of education for children in Mongolia by building effective multi-stakeholder partnership--including parents, teachers, marginalized and disabled persons, local governments and other international and national civil society groups--and by empowering the stakeholders through education on good parenting, childhood development and active citizenship.

PTA Mongolia stands by its principles to be non-discriminative, non-partisan, non-religious, inclusive, equal, effective, child friendly and accountable in its policies and actions.

PTA Mongolia implements programs to (a) create models of child-friendly Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) facilities in rural schools serving children from nomadic families and soum residents without access or experience to appropriate facilities, (b) empower deaf community groups to help them raise their voice and improve inclusive education by learning to be active citizens through voter education program and (c) increase parenting education through learning on positive disciplining, early childhood development and communicating in sign language with deaf children.

Centre for Development and Emergency Practice


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School of Architecture
Oxford Brookes University
Headington Campus
Gipsy Lane
Oxford UK

Founded in 1985, the Centre for Development and Emergency Practice (CENDEP) is a multidisciplinary centre that brings together academics, development practitioners and policy makers. The work that CENDEP does looks at disaster risk reduction and response; shelter, housing and home; human rights; forced migration; conflict, peace and humanitarianism; and, transformative and community resilience in adverse settings.

Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI)


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Postal address:
Oxford Poverty & Human Development Initiative (OPHI)
Oxford Department of International Development,
Queen Elizabeth House (QEH),
University of Oxford
3 Mansfield Road,
Oxford OX1 3TB, UK

Physical address:
2 South Parks Rd, Oxford, OX1 3UB

The Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI) is an economic research and policy centre within the Oxford Department of International Development at the University of Oxford. 

OPHI aims to build and advance a more systematic methodological and economic framework for reducing multidimensional poverty, grounded in people’s experiences and values

Start Network

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"We aim to transform humanitarian action through innovation, fast funding, early action, and localisation.


We're tackling what we believe are the biggest systemic problems that the sector faces - problems including slow and reactive funding, centralised decision-making, and an aversion to change, means that people affected by crises around the world, do not receive the best help fast enough, and needless suffering results.


We are aiming to catalyse change in three ways:

- Shifting humanitarian financing from a reactive to a proactive model
- Creating a more balanced system that shifts power and decision-making to those closest to the frontline
- Facilitating collective innovation to solve humanitarian problems locally and globally"

Newz Hook


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We are India's 1st Accessible News Channel. Changing attitudes towards disability in india with a special focus on disability related news. Accessible to visually impaired screen reader users, promoting sign language news for deaf and using simple english.

Global Shelter Cluster (GSC)

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The Global Shelter Cluster (GSC) is an Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) coordination mechanism that supports people affected by natural disasters and internally displaced people affected by conflict with the means to live in safe, dignified and appropriate shelter. The GSC enables better coordination among all shelter actors, including local and national governments, so that people who need shelter assistance get help faster and receive the right kind of support.

The GSC is is a public platform co-chaired by IFRC and UNHCR at the global level, it has 45 partners who participate on a regular basis. IFRC is convener of the Shelter Cluster in natural disasters while UNHCR leads the Shelter Cluster in conflict situations.

Ideal Women and Youth Entrepreneurship Foundation


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No. 11, Gidan Baba Dan Baffa, Zaria Road, Kano, Nigeria.

Introduction and Background
IWAYE Foundation is a registered Independent, non-religious, non-governmental and non-profit organization that has its focus on positive Behavior Change that is based in Kano State, Nigeria. We focus more on Human Capital Development.
We are more concerned with the pressing issues of women and the youth in our contemporary society. True to this spirit, we desire to provide the opportunity and tools needed by entrepreneurs to expand, enhance, and sustain their abilities to develop small scale businesses and contribute to economic growth.
The organization was named Ideal Women and Youth Entrepreneurship Foundation (IWAYE Foundation) and approved by The Corporate Affairs commission (CAC) with Reg. No. RC 125595-dated—06/03/19.
Our prime motto is ‘Weakening the walls of poverty’.
Our main objective in achieving positive behavioral change and become self dependent are as follows;
To empower entrepreneurs on knowledge management.
To help implement anti drug programs for the youth.
To relieve distress women and young girls from all forms of violence.
To foster unity, cooperation of other NGOs and liaise with government towards the realization of set goals.
Whereas in terms of operations, what characterizes IWAYE Foundation functioning is its efforts to enlist involvement of the locals when initiating activities at the grass root level when mobilizing women and youth for bringing peace, tolerance, and development in the society.

To contribute positively to the pressing issues of women and youth dependency by educating them and creating a better place that will help build individuals to play a constructive role in the society and beyond.
To unlock the innate potential for greatness among women and youth in the labor market so as to make them active contributors within and outside the society.
The goal of IWAYE Foundation is to positively contribute in improving the lives of the vulnerable key population through education, sensitization, community mobilization, capacity building and advocacy.
To provide entrepreneurs with education and training to explore opportunities towards achieving entrepreneurship success.
To ensure intellectual growth and entrepreneurship thinking among women and youth.
To develop leadership skills that can impact self-esteem to become young leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs.
A sustainable strategy is devised to achieve the maximum need based and right based approach initiated to ascertain the problems with fully community involvement and mobilizing all indigenous and local resources. The program goals are materialized with a helping hand from community members.
Thematic Program / Areas of Focus
Women and youth Empowerment Programs (Knowledge Management)
Drugs abuse