Training and Capacity Development
As the world faces increasingly complex and protracted crises, the number of children and young people whose right to education is at risk continues to grow. To meet these complex needs, all practitioners and stakeholders must continue to develop their EiE knowledge and skills so that they are able to ‘ensure the right to a quality, safe, and relevant education for all who live in emergency and crisis contexts through prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery’.
INEE defines capacity strengthening as ‘the strengthening of knowledge, ability, skills, and behavior to help people and organizations achieve their goals’ and explicitly identifies capacity building as a network wide priority in the INEE Strategic Framework 2018-2023.
INEE members work together to develop inter-agency capacity building tools and resources to help EiE practitioners put the INEE Minimum Standards into practice, as well as providing webinars and training opportunities for the network. INEE also share high quality capacity building opportunities from individual organisations and initiatives, while working with network members to improve and harmonize sector-wide approaches to professional development and supporting the professionalisation of the EiE workforce.