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Build and upgrade education facilities that are child, disability, and gender sensitive and provide safe, non-violent, inclusive learning environments.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
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Employers
  1. Parent-Teacher Associations: Advocate for and support the improvement of school infrastructure, including safety measures and accessibility for all students.

  2. Community Development Associations: Address community needs, including the enhancement of local educational facilities to ensure inclusivity and safety.

  3. Youth Empowerment Organizations: Focus on empowering young people and may engage in initiatives that contribute to building and upgrading schools, creating spaces that are conducive to learning for all.

  4. Local Foundations and Trusts: May invest in projects aimed at constructing and upgrading schools, with a focus on promoting inclusivity and safety.

  5. Women's Groups: Collaborate to support education initiatives, including the improvement of school infrastructure to create safe and inclusive learning environments.

  6. Neighborhood Civic Associations: May work on projects to enhance local schools, ensuring that they are safe and accessible for all community members.

  7. Local Nonprofit Educational Initiatives: May undertake projects to build and upgrade schools, emphasizing inclusivity and safety.

  8. Community Development Cooperatives: May allocate resources and efforts toward constructing or improving schools, prioritizing inclusivity and safety.

  9. Religious and Faith-Based Organizations: Local churches, mosques, temples, and other religious institutions may participate in efforts to build and upgrade schools, reflecting their commitment to community well-being.

  10. Community-Based Disability Support Groups: May advocate for and participate in projects to make schools more inclusive and accessible.

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