No Lost Generation

Overview

The No Lost Generation initiative was launched in 2013 at the annual meeting of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund. The programming element of No Lost Generation is embedded in the Humanitarian Response Plans for Syria and Iraq; and the Regional Refugee Response Plan for the Syria crisis. It goes on to state that How the future of Syria and the sub-region will look depends on how well all stakeholders adopt a shared vision to best address the needs of an entire generation of marginalized and vulnerable children, adolescents, youth  and communities.

NLG programmes are projects and programmes implemented in No Lost Generation Countries, which target children, youth, or adolescents in at least one of the three pillars (education, child protection, adolescents and youth).

The initiative is a multi-partner effort led by UNICEF, Mercy Corps, Save the Children and World Vision international which aims to keep children and youth high on the agenda in the response to the Syria and Iraq crises.UNICEF, Mercy Corps, Save the Children and World Vision. Partners include UN agencies, international and national NGOs, institutional donors, private sector companies and the startup community;  governments, and individuals. No Lost Generation works at three levels; advocacy, knowledge management, and a working group. These areas of work are co-led by UN agencies and international NGOs.


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