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Children in Crossfire Joins Global Schools Forum


We are thrilled to share the exciting news that Children in Crossfire has recently become a member of the Global Schools Forum (GSF). This marks a significant milestone for our organisation, highlighting our steadfast commitment to improving educational outcomes for some of the world’s most vulnerable children. 


The Global Schools Forum is a network of organisations working tirelessly in the field of education across the world. It serves as a platform for dialogue, collaboration, and, perhaps most importantly, a unique opportunity for peer exchange on a global scale. For us at Children in Crossfire, this membership opens doors to a wealth of knowledge and experiences that can truly transform the way we approach our mission. 


Being part of the GSF means joining a community of diverse educational leaders. It’s a space where organisations like ours can share insights, successes, and challenges, fostering a rich environment for mutual learning.  


At the heart of the Global Schools Forum lies the belief that education is a powerful force for change. The principles of equity, innovation, and collaboration guide its mission. This resonates deeply with our vision at Children in Crossfire. By becoming a member of GSF, we gain access to a supportive network that amplifies our impact and allows us to contribute to shaping a more inclusive and resilient education system. 


The journey towards transforming global education is challenging, but it is also immensely rewarding. With the Global Schools Forum, we are not just joining an organisation; we are becoming an integral part of a movement that recognizes the power of education to transcend borders and create lasting change. Together with fellow GSF members, we look forward to making a meaningful impact on the lives of children worldwide, proving that collaboration is key to unlocking the full potential of education. 


Learn more about GSF here  

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