Education and out-of-school children

Unesco’s Global Monitoring report for 2014 shows that more than 50 million school-aged children still are out of school. Approximately on-third live in conflict areas, and 168 million children are involved in child labor.

Fafo staff collects education data and write education chapters in all their Living Condition Survey reports.

Fafo also works extensively with groups of excluded children like child workers, street children and children in trafficking and migration, belonging to the so-called “last 10 percent”. These are children who cannot easily be reached through regular interventions in the education sector – a broader set of policy tools must be considered.

Fafo contributes to promote knowledge based solutions to the global education challenge of including that last 10 percent.

Global education and out-of-school children



Research Professor
Anne Kielland
Fafo-report 2016:12
Rapport Fafo 2014:57
Henriette Lunde, Jing Liu and Jon Pedersen
Fafo-report 2014:56
Fafo-paper 2012:03
Fafo-report 2010:44
Fafo-report 2010:24
Fafo-report 2010:04
Fafo-report 2009:53
Fafo-paper 2008:26
Pål Sletten and Willy Egset
Fafo-paper 2004:31

Mapatano Mala Ali, Christiane Horwood & Anne Hatløy

Building a new master’s and PhD programme in nutritional epidemiology in Kinshasa
How to face obstacles beyond the control of the project

Anne Kielland and Furio Rosati

Education for the non-attenders
Expanding the policy toolbox for EFA