PAL Network Highlights 2023


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About the Conference
As national and global level conversations about learning shift from wide acceptance of the global learning crisis to evidence-based and contextually relevant solutions to ensure that no child is left behind, members of the PAL Network held a two-day biennial conference in November 2019 in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Why the Conference

Explore known data gaps and under-researched equity and inclusion issues for invisible and vulnerable populations across the global South, to build a strong knowledge and evidence base on the dimensions and magnitude of the challenge; 

Share data-driven implementation programs and initiatives, using learning data to identify and promote promising, evidence-based, equity-oriented pedagogical solutions to ensure all children are in school and learning; 

Provide an active learning forum that connects key researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and civil society actors across the global South, catalyzing learning, sharing and knowledge exchange. 

Conference Speakers
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Kathmandu Declaration

The PAL Network biennial conference was held from November 5 and 6, 2019 in Kathmandu, Nepal. About 160 people from over 25 countries participated in the conference. The PAL Network is indebted to everyone for engagement and contributions. 

At the end of the conference, PAL Network came up with the ‘Kathmandu Declaration’. The declaration reaffirms PALs commitment to citizen-led household-based assessments as an inclusive mechanism to track the learning progress for all children.