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Bibliothèques Sans Frontières et Play International, deux ONG engagées auprès des jeunes au Burundi
Le Partenariat mondial pour l’éducation et l’Agence française de développement (AFD) soutiennent les ONG Bibliothèques sans frontières et Play International qui interviennent auprès des jeunes au Burundi, en lien avec la volonté du pays de développer l’éducation. Un photographe a suivi ces ONG sur le terrain.
Act Now: Experiences and recommendations of girls and boys in East Africa on the impact of COVID-19
This consultation explores children and young people’s views and experiences related to COVID-19 and its indirect impacts. Firstly, it looks at children and young people’s perceptions of how COVID-19 has had an impact on their lives and countries. Secondly, it seeks to highlight the ways in which they are working to help to stop the spread of the virus and lessen its impacts.
Child-Friendly School Questionnaire for Syrian Children in Lebanon (CFSQ-SL)
The Child-Friendly School Questionnaire for Syrian Children in Lebanon (CFSQ-SL) is a self-report survey that was used to capture primary-school aged Syrian refugee students’ perceptions of the climate of Lebanese public schools. CFSQ-SL was adapted and shortened from the original CFSQ developed by UNICEF.
The Practical Measurement course is a self-paced, online video course that covers critical issues that practitioners in low-resource and fragile contexts need to consider when measuring the learning and development outcomes of children and adolescents.
Meet the new tools of the INEE Measurement Library
INEE, IRC, and NYU Global TIES for Children are pleased to invite you to a webinar on 3 new measures in the INEE Measurement Library. During this webinar, panelists will present three new psychometric measurement tools that will be launched next week: the Teacher Classroom Observation, the Self-Regulation Assessment-Assessor Report, and the Child Friendly School Questionnaire.
Nurturing care for children living in humanitarian settings
This brief summarizes actions that programme planners and implementers should take to minimize the impact that emergencies have on the lives of young children and their families.
JEiE Special Issue on Education and the War on Drugs Launch
Marking the launch of JEiE’s latest publication, a groundbreaking special issue on education and the war on drugs, the panelists examined how education is not only a site of extensive collateral damage produced by the war on drugs but also how education policies and practices perpetuate and sustain this long-running, transnational, multifaceted war.
Colombia’s Education Crisis: Results from a Learning Assessment of Colombian and Venezuelan Children
IRC conducted a learning assessment in the city of Cúcuta to better understand these challenges and shine a light on children’s needs. This brief will discuss several of the key findings from this assessment to illustrate the extent to which schooling, or lack thereof, is impacting children’s outcomes in Colombia.
With Us and For Us: Working with and for Young people in Humanitarian and Protracted Crises
These IASC guidelines provide a framework for working with and for young people throughout the humanitarian programme cycle (HPC), complete with tips, examples and case studies. In addition, humanitarian actors can use this guidance as a reference to design programmes that respond to their context
Stories: Supporting Girls in their Pursuit of Education - Stories' from the Girls Education Challenge - Kenya & Uganda
These stories of three girls and their pursuit of educaiton in Uganda and Kenya were collected as part of INEE's 20th Anniversary commemoration to highlight how education in the midst of crisis and upheaval has made a difference for our members and those they work with (learners, youth, teachers, caregivers, etc.).