Journal on Education in Emergencies: Volumen 7, Número 1

El Journal on Education in Emergencies tiene como objetivo estimular la investigación y el debate sobre la educación en situaciones de emergencia; promover el aprendizaje basado en pruebas; definir las lagunas de conocimiento y las tendencias clave para la investigación futura; y publicar trabajos académicos y profesionales rigurosos que establezcan normas para las pruebas en este campo.

ECD CoverEn este número especial sobre el desarrollo de la primera infancia (ECD, por sus siglas en inglés) en situaciones de emergencias, presentamos dos artículos de investigación, cinco notas de campo, tres comentarios y dos reseñas de libros. Esta publicación da a conocer el desarrollo de la primera infancia en situaciones de emergencias y destaca algunas de las lecciones que se están aprendiendo a través de los esfuerzos para abordar las necesidades de los niños y niñas más pequeños y sus familias que viven en situaciones humanitarias.

El artículo explica el ECD a través de varios puntos de vista: la educación, la protección de la niñez, la salud y la nutrición, la salud mental y apoyo psicosocial y el cuidado receptivo. Subrayan la importancia de centrarse no sólo en los niños y niñas después del nacimiento, sino también en sus madres durante el embarazo y los primeros años de vida de sus hijos e hijas. Los colaboradores de este número especial confían en la aparición de un camino para proporcionar mayor apoyo a niños/as de corta edad y a sus familiares en contextos humanitarios y en que la mayor experiencia y la creciente evidencia están creando una base sobre la que se pueden construir programas que proporcionen ECD en situaciones de emergencias.

El Volumen 7, Número 1, completo de la JEiE o los artículos individuales pueden descargarse haciendo clic en los títulos que figuran a continuación.

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Journal on Education in Emergencies: Volume 7, Number 1

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This special issue of JEiE contributes to a small but growing body of research evidence and lessons from programming implementation about early childhood development (ECD) in emergencies and humanitarian contexts.

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Editorial Note: Journal on Education in Emergencies: Volume 7, Number 1

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In this Editorial Note, lead editors Sweta Shah and Joan Lombardi introduce the key themes, trends, and novel contributions to evidence on ECD in emergencies offered in JEiE Volume 7, Number 1.

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Early Childhood Development in the Aftermath of the 2016 Wildfires in Alberta, Canada

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Authors Julie L. Drolet, Caroline McDonald-Harker, Nasreen Lalani, Sarah McGreer, Matthew R. G. Brown, and Peter H. Silverstone argue that ECD service delivery and infrastructure, critically inadequate in the months after wildfires devastated Fort McMurray, Alberta, are a vital part of disaster risk reduction and emergency preparedness.

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Field Note: Home Visiting in the Middle East: Reflections on the Implementation of Reach Up and Learn

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In this Field Note, authors Katelin Swing Wilton, Aimée Vachon, Katie Maeve Murphy, Ayat Al Aqra, Abdullah Ensour, Iman Ibrahim, Anas Tahhan, Kayla Hoyer, and Christine Powell outline the International Rescue Committee’s experience adapting a home-visiting ECD intervention for refugees and internally displaced persons in Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria.

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Field Note: Building Resilience and Mitigating the Impact of Toxic Stress in Young Children: A Model for Transforming Parenting and Male Caregiving in El Salvador

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In this Field Note, Fabiola A. Lara examines how the rollout of Save the Children’s Toxic Stress Mitigation Model in El Salvador addressed the needs and wellbeing of caregivers, as well as those of children, and engaged fathers and grandfathers in children’s early development in innovative ways.

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Field Note: Implementing a Humanitarian Needs Assessment Framework for Early Childhood Development: Informing Intervention Design for Displaced Rohingya Communities in Bangladesh

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In this Field Note, authors Kim Foulds, Naureen Khan, Sneha Subramanian, and Ashraful Haque illustrate how Sesame Workshop brought affected populations to the table to plan the design and scope of an ECD intervention and offer a framework for involving recipients in planning humanitarian programming.

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Field Note: BRAC Humanitarian Play Lab Model: Promoting Healing, Learning and Development for Displaced Rohingya Children

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In this Field Note, authors Erum Mariam, Jahanara Ahmad, and Sarwat Sarah Sarwar argue that community participation in the design of ECD centers has led to the creation of learning spaces that foster a sense of belonging and cultural pride for displaced children in Cox’s Bazar, thus supporting their psychosocial wellbeing.

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Field Note: Accessible Strategies to Support Children’s Mental Health and Wellbeing in Emergencies: Experience from the Rohingya Refugee Camp

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In this Field Note, author Samier Mansur discusses No Limit Generation’s innovative video training platform for aid workers, ECD professionals, educators, and caregivers, and suggests that the scale and accessibility technology-supported capacity-building is a sustainable way to support ECD in humanitarian settings.

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Commentary: Newborns in Fragile and Humanitarian Settings: A Multi-Agency Partnership Roadmap

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In this Commentary, authors Saverio Bellizzi, Lori McDougall, Sheila Manji, and Ornella Lincetto discuss how growing recognition of the need for coordinated support for newborns in humanitarian settings led Save the Children, UNICEF, UNHCR, and WHO to develop a seminal mapping of actions to ensure that babies and mothers survive and thrive in emergency contexts.

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Commentary: Supporting Maternal Mental Health and Nurturing Care in Humanitarian Settings

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In this Commentary, authors Bernadette Daelmans, Mahalakshmi Nair, Fahmy Hanna, Ornella Lincetto, Tarun Dua, and Xanthe Hunt bring attention to the cascading effects of caregivers’ mental health for children’s development and outline an agenda for interagency priority-setting and research to support mothers’ and newborns’ mental wellbeing.

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Commentary: Children with Developmental Disorders in Humanitarian Settings: A Call for Evidence and Action

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In this Commentary, authors Xanthe Hunt, Theresa Betancourt, Laura Pacione, Mayada Elsabbagh, and Chiara Servili present the principles that should guide action to support children with developmental disorders and other disabilities and make recommendations for programming, policy, and future research.

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Book Review: Collaborative Cross-Cultural Research Methodologies in Early Care and Education Contexts, edited by Samara Madrid Akpovo, Mary Jane Moran, and Robyn Brookshire

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In this review of Collaborative Cross-Cultural Research Methodologies in Early Care and Education Contexts, edited by Samara Madrid Akpovo, Mary Jane Moran, and Robyn Brookshire, Amy Jo Dowd highlights the practical lessons that this edited volume offers for conducting ECD research that is mindful of context, positionality, relationship, and reciprocity across cultures.

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Book Review: Early Childhood Development in Humanitarian Crises: South Sudanese Refugees in Uganda by Sweta Shah

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In this review of Early Childhood Development in Humanitarian Crises: South Sudanese Refugees in Uganda by Sweta Shah, Kate Schwartz highlights how Shah draws from a rich variety of disciplines, contexts, and frames to provide a comprehensive picture of ECD in humanitarian settings: its potential, its limitations, and its critical role for children living in crisis and conflict.

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