INEE 2019 Annual Report

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Our work so far this year, like most things in the world, has largely focussed on the COVID-19 pandemic, a global emergency that is sure to dominate all reports and retrospectives of 2020. And those reflections will come in due time. 

Today, we are pleased to share with you, in this (finally published!) INEE 2019 Annual Report, a summary of the network’s many activities and accomplishments, which are organized by INEE’s four strategic priorities and six primary functions: community building, convening, knowledge management, amplifying and advocating, facilitating and learning, and providing

INEE 2019 Annual Report cover

A shortlist of notable 2019 achievements that you’ll find in this report includes: 

  • increasing the INEE membership by more than 1,300 new members; 
  • launching a fully redesigned website (; 
  • freshening up our logo and visual identity; 
  • holding our working groups meeting in virtual format for the first time; 
  • fortifying an education in emergencies learning agenda; 
  • hosting more than 20 webinars; 
  • playing a leading role in the first ever Global Refugee Forum, including making four pledges; 
  • publishing new tools on gender and teacher wellbeing; 
  • and much, much more! 

We encourage you to click the many links in this report to read more about the results of our collective and cooperative efforts in 2019. Your engagement with INEE is critical, and we look forward to working together with you to face the challenges in the years ahead. 

Click to read and download the full INEE 2019 Annual Report