Conflicts & Disasters
The following data sources provide information on conflict and disasters, including events, actors and affected populations, and locations. The data are provided through datasets, graphics, dashboards, and reports. Data may be provided at the national or sub-national level and are usually updated annually or quarterly.
These data are useful to better understand the conflict context and how it may impact populations and education provision. This data can inform education programming by helping practitioners and policymakers to understand the volatility of a conflict in different locations. This data can sometimes be used to measure attacks on education, including attacks on students, education personnel, and schools.
If you are new to conflict and disaster data navigation, you can access our webinar on how to navigate this data here. Please note that conflict data and population data are covered in the same webinar.