Improving Learning in Humanitarian Action
INEE and UNICEF are pleased to invite you to join us for an interactive webinar to present the draft of UNICEF’s Learning in Humanitarian Action Policy Brief.
[Webinar] Improving Learning in Humanitarian Action
28 February 2023 at 2pm UTC (time zone converter)
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N.B. This web event will be conducted in English with closed captioning in English.
The 2022 Transforming Education Summit galvanized governments and the international community to commit to addressing the current learning crisis, with an increasing number of countries endorsing the Commitment to Action on Foundational Learning and partners redoubling their efforts to end the learning crisis.
To build on the momentum from the TES pre-summit, and to inform ongoing support to Learning in Education in Emergencies, UNICEF is working on a Learning in Humanitarian Action Policy Brief. The policy brief seeks to position the importance of the learning agenda about key global priorities and strategies and to share examples of practical and scalable solutions implemented by partners around three topics central to children’s learning in humanitarian settings:
- Foundational Literacy and Numeracy
- Social and Emotional Learning
- Learning Assessment
The purpose of this webinar is to engage partners in the finalization of the draft Learning in Humanitarian Action policy brief. The webinar will also be an opportunity for peer-to-peer learning as we work collectively to address the challenges of enabling learning in humanitarian settings.
Webinar Agenda & Speakers
Welcome and Introductions
- Rob Jenkins - Global Director of Education, UNICEF
- Manal Hdaife - Primary School Principal and Chair of the Arab Cross Country Regional Structure (ACCRS) of Education International
Learning in Emergency Settings: Scalable Solutions to address the learning crisis
- Neven Knezevic - Education Specialist, UNICEF
Toolbox to improve holistic learning measurement in emergencies and protracted crises (Eastern Southern Africa region)
- Carolin Waldchen - Education Specialist, UNICEF Nairobi Regional Office
- Matteo Valenza - Education Researcher, UNICEF Innocenti
Learning in EiE – Uganda, and Myanmar
- Kisten Mucyo - Head of Education Programming, Save the Children
- Ignatius Tebukoza - Education Specialist, Uganda, Save the Children
The Better Learning Programme
- Camilla Lodi - Global Psycho Social Support Head of Unit- Better Learning Programme (BLP), Norwegian Refugee Council
- Marco Fuduli - Education Programme Development Manager, Norwegian Refugee Council
- Enas Barhoum - Regional Education Technical Capacity Building Coordinator, Norwegian Refugee Council
Breakout Room Facilitators
- Deepa Sankar - Chief of Education, UNICEF Bangladesh
- Yodit Tesfaghebriel - Education Manager, UNICEF South Sudan
- Asim Latif - Distance Education Coordinator, INEE
- Dean Brooks - Director, INEE
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