Schooling and Conflict in Darfur, a joint project of the Population Council and the Women's Refugee Commission, is a report based on a 2008 survey designed to provide a more accurate picture of the state of formal and non-formal education for displaced children of primary school age (6-14) in North and West Darfur. The findings are based on a scientifically selected sample of internally displaced persons (IDP) communities in North and West Darfur. The goal of the report is to provide donors, policymakers, and practitioners information to help plan and implement effective, targeted education programs for internally displaced children in Darfur, Sudan. These findings also have application for humanitarian actors in other contexts of displacement.
Lloyd, Cynthia B., Safaa El-Kogali, Jenny Perlman Robinson, Johanna Rankin, and Ali Rashed. 2010. "Schooling and conflict in Darfur: A snapshot of basic education services for displaced children." New York: Population Council and Women's Refugee Commission.