INEE 2022 Annual Report
2022 was a year of unprecedented global challenges. The COVID-19 pandemic, food insecurity, climate change, and conflict continued to disrupt lives and livelihoods around the world, resulting in more than 108 million people being forcibly displaced and 224 million school-aged children requiring educational support.
With this as the backdrop, INEE had one of its most ambitious years ever: 2,043 new members joined the network to bring the total to 19,899; more than 4,000 members participated in 150 virtual and in-person events; three new national and regional NGOs were added to an expanded INEE Steering Group; INEE network spaces were restructured to enhance engagement and diversity; and 30 new resources were published on a wide range of topics, including accelerated education, distance education, early childhood development, gender, inclusive education, mental health and psychosocial support, and teacher wellbeing.
A key focus for INEE in 2022 was continuing the process of updating our flagship tool, the INEE Minimum Standards. This ambitious undertaking has engaged more than 1,600 stakeholders through extensive and rigorous consultations across dozens of countries, languages, and modalities. The updated handbook, which will be published in 2023, will include missing or incomplete topics, improve the clarity of the text, and adjust the format and navigation of the handbook to increase accessibility and use.
Our achievements in 2022 are a testament to the hard work and dedication of the entire INEE community. With the continued support of our members and partners - you - we are confident that we can deliver on our mandate of ensuring that all people affected by emergencies have access to quality education.
For more details about the network’s many activities and accomplishments, download and read the full INEE 2022 Annual Report.