Nepal. Syria. The Philippines. Gaza. Sierra Leone. Just a few places where thousands of children have been forced out of school due to natural disasters or conflicts.
But the world is failing these children: only 1% of all humanitarian aid goes to education - leaving millions of children out of school for years.
School must be a vital part of any emergency response: children must have safe places to play, learn, receive life-saving information and support - and the ability to plan for a better future.
We are calling on world leaders give these children hope, and fund education in emergencies - first, at the Syria Donor's Conference in London in February 2016, by funding our plan to get 1m Syrian refugee children back to school.
Join the movement of over 10 million people standing #UpForSchool and the right of every child to go to school and learn safely.
Sign the #UpForSchool Petition. Act Now.
"We, the world's youth, teachers, parents and global citizens appeal to our governments to keep their promise, made at the United Nations in 2000, to ensure all out-of-school children gain their right to education before the end of 2015.
We are standing up to bring an end to the barriers preventing girls and boys from going to school, including forced work and early marriage, conflict and attacks on schools, exploitation and discrimination. All children deserve the opportunity to learn and achieve their potential.
We are #UpForSchool."