We are pleased to share our new strategic orientations at a defining moment, reflecting a period of change at a global level but also within our own organisation.
The educational needs for a sustainable world are changing – and we have to adapt to them. While overall, unprecedented progress has been made in access to education over the past two decades, glaring inequalities remain – both in terms of access and quality, as well as between and within countries. For instance, even in 2020, 258 million children, adolescents, and young people are still out of school globally.
In the framework of our 10-year strategic orientation, we are refocusing our actions to reach the most vulnerable and marginalised populations, so that they can take their development into their own hands and contribute to a more peaceful and sustainable world.
We promote lifelong access to quality education. In order to meet the needs of all children, youth and adults in changing societies, we provide support to all actors in the sphere of education, aiming to increase their autonomy in our areas of intervention.
Our strategy instills the dynamics of change, within Aide et Action, which calls for the alignment of all stakeholders in order to improve the quality and impact of our actions and be accountable for them.