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Ensuring continuity of learning for all children in-person or remotely is a priority as COVID-19 cases continue to surge across the region and disrupting the education process.
UN Agencies unveiled “Rej’et El Sineh” – ‘Learning is Back’, a song to encourage the return to learning for all children and youth across the region.
This is part of the UN Agencies Regional Joint Action Plan to support countries in the region to put in place policies and strategies that will ensure all children continue their learning in a safe environment, at home or in school. UN agencies aim to reach children, parents and teachers, as the COVID-19 pandemic has interrupted education for nearly 110 million children and young people in the Middle East and North Africa. Many children have not been able to keep up with their schoolwork. Adequate access to the internet, electricity and electronic devices remain a challenge and alternative off-line options, including paper based, continue to be relevant.
The song encourages children to continue learning despite the numerous obstacles they may face, while at the same time emphasizing the importance of adhering to the necessary health measures when reopening education facilities. It is accompanied by a music video that illustrates the guidelines of the safe reopening of schools. It also highlights the blended approach to learning that combines children engaging face to face learning in school with remote learning at home.
The song is a twist to a 1976 original song. Last year, UNICEF included it in its first-ever produced children’s songs album “11” * with songs and lyrics from the world-famous Elias Rahbani.