This publication brings visibility to early childhood development in emergencies and highlights some of the lessons being learned through efforts to address the needs of young children and families living in humanitarian situations.
The new CoP, which is FREE and OPEN for all INEE members, is set to revolutionize our community engagement. This Slack-based platform provides moderated channels in the five INEE languages and peer-to-peer direct messaging in any language.
This comprehensive report, and accompanying policy paper, identifies progress in the provision and quality of women’s and girls’ EiE and gaps in current reporting and accountability mechanisms since the 2018 Charlevoix Declaration.
Educate Us! is a new INEE podcast series about women’s and girls’ education in humanitarian crises. The series features a range of stories and perspectives on women’s and girls’ education in emergencies, and explores the gains made in girls’ education and the slip backwards caused by the pandemic.