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Learning from Colombian mothers’ experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic
This blog looks into the experiences and coping strategies adopted by mothers in Colombia to support the education of their children during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Informe del examen de mitad de período de la implementación del Marco de Sendai para la Reducción del Riesgo de Desastres 2015-2030
El presente informe identifica los logros en la reducción del riesgo de desastres (RRD) desde 2015 bajo el Marco de Sendai y destaca las brechas clave de implementación
The Report of the Midterm Review of the Implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030
This report summarizes the learning and recommendations of an extensive review by States and stakeholders pursuing the expected outcome and goal of the Framework and thus risk-informed sustainable development.
Lançamento de Práticas promissoras para o bem-estar e o desenvolvimento profissional de professoras/es, gestoras/es e lideranças escolares - 2ª edição
Estamos muito felizes em partilhar a segunda edição de Professoras/es em contextos de crise: Práticas promissoras no Desenvolvimento Profissional de Professoras/es e Práticas promissoras para o bem-estar de professoras/es, gestoras/es e lideranças escolares. Esses recursos oferecem exemplos de programas e práticas que podem influenciar o trabalho de educadoras/es e suas práticas de ensino.
Education in Emergencies (EiE) Data & Evidence Summit
The EiE Data & Evidence Summit, 6-8 June 2023, will convene policy makers, ministries of education, data technical experts, researchers, practitioners, and donors to collectively strengthen the EiE data and evidence ecosystem as a key component of ensuring that crisis-affected populations have access to quality, inclusive, equitable, and safe education. All-day
Lessons and Impacts of a Phone-Based Parenting Program for Syrian and Jordanian Families with Young Children
This study, led by Global TIES for Children at New York University, is the first to evaluate a phone-delivered version of a parenting program in the Middle East and the first randomized-controlled evaluation of an audio-only parenting program for a community sample (that is, a sample without diagnosed health problems or disabilities).
Lessons and Impacts of a Remote Early Childhood Education Program in Hard-to-Access Settings in Lebanon: A Randomized Controlled Trial
This study is the first evaluation of a remote early childhood education (ECE) program for families affected by conflict and crisis and the second of the effect of short-term (shorter than 3 months) ECE programming. It evaluates the impact of an 11-week remote early learning program (RELP) delivered alone and in combination with Ahlan Simsim Families (ASF), a parenting support program.
Lessons and Impacts of Ahlan Simsim TV Program in Pre-Primary Classrooms in Jordan on Children’s Emotional Development: A Randomized Controlled Trial
This study evaluates the effects of Ahlan Simsim, a television show co-produced by Sesame Workshop and Jordan Pioneers that has been viewed by more than 23 million children across the MENA region, including 57% of displaced Syrians across Jordan, Lebanon, and Iraq.
Learning continuity in response to climate emergencies: Pakistan’s 2022 floods
With recent research identifying challenges in how existing responses to Pakistan’s 2022 floods are supporting learning continuity, we explored the extent to which EdTech has the potential to improve access to and quality of education through the various phases of response to the floods — in a feasible way with attention to scalability.
Building Resilient Education Systems: Evidence from Large-Scale Randomized Trials in Five Countries
We present results from large-scale randomized trials evaluating the provision of education in emergency settings across five countries: India, Kenya, Nepal, Philippines, and Uganda. We test multiple scalable models of remote instruction for primary school children during COVID-19, which disrupted education for over 1 billion schoolchildren worldwide. Despite heterogeneous contexts, results show that the effectiveness of phone call tutorials can scale across contexts.