Data & Statistics
This collection includes data resources that are useful for education in emergencies (EiE) policymakers, practitioners, and researchers. The data resources are organized into four groups: humanitarian operations, educational development, population, and conflicts/disasters.
Each group has a brief introduction and the first three have a link to an INEE webinar that explains how to navigate the types of data sources included. Each data resource provides a link, describes the type of data, and includes some general uses for the data. The examples of indicators for each data resources are illustrative but not exhaustive.
Existing data can inform policy, practice, and research. There is a wide range of data that is relevant for EiE. However, many actors in EiE do not make full use of the existing data. We hope that this resource will help you find data that already exist to inform your work and to help you identify data gaps that you can fill.
This collection was developed with the support of Annie Smiley (FHI360), Sean Cremin (FHI360), Daniel Shephard (Teachers College, Columbia University), Tanya Smith-Sreen (FHI360), and Elizabeth Buckner (University of Toronto) through the USAID-funded MEERS initiative.