Children and youth have access to certified quality education, while benefiting from a protective environment. Adolescents and youth are supported to contribute to resilience and social cohesion in their communities, and have expanded livelihood opportunities in line with national legislation
4.2m children in Syria and 500,000 children in Iraq will be reached by No Lost Generation partners with learning opportunitiesread more
Over 1.2m children in Iraq, Syria and refugee hosting countries will participate in structured, sustained psychosocial support programmesread more
Over 1.3m adolescents and youth in refugee hosting countries will access positive engagement opportunitiesread more
The second annual ‘Evidence Symposium on Adolescents and Youth: Solutions that Work!’, held on 25 – 26 September in Beirut...
No Lost Generation is undertaking an evaluation to objectively assess the achievements and merits of the No Lost Generation initiative...
This visual on attacks on education in Syria provides a summary analysis of verified and unverified...
It’s September, time to go back to school – but not without challenges for many children and their families...
The overall funding level for NLG is currently at 33 percent using Q2 funding data for 3RP countries..
A snapshot of funding received for programmes under the NLG pillars against the Syria HRP, 3RP, and Iraq HRP for Q1 and beyond.
The No Lost Generation (NLG) Tech Summit, held on 21-22 February 2018 was the latest in a series of NLG events designed to bring..
This latest update from the No Lost Generation initiative includes country level situations, year-end results, and financial data for..
The education report provides an updated overview of the education situation of children and youth affected by the Syria crisis
The No Lost Generation initiative is an ambitious commitment to action by humanitarians
An Overview of Children’s Protection Needs in Syria is the compilation of Child Protection Data collected for the 2018 Syria
Newsletter #6 highlights the unique challenges faced by young Palestinian refugees affected by the Syria and Iraq crises, and the work
120 young people, policymakers, donors, researchers, academics and representatives of UN, NGOs and CSOs gathered
Latest No Lost Generation data, including funding updates, needs of children, 2017 targets, and results. Includes an overview of the