INEE Minimum Standards Case Studies
Since their official launch in December 2004, the INEE Minimum Standards have been used in a variety of contexts all over the world. In order to be effectively used, the indicators must be contextualised or adapted to the local context. INEE engages in an ongoing dialogue with INEE members to understand and share the good practices and lessons learned of the contextualisation, implementation and institutionalisation of the INEE Minimum Standards.
From this constructive dialogue, case studies on the contextualisation of the INEE Minimum Standards have been developed. They demonstrate the applicability of the Standards to a range of situations in emergencies through to recovery. The lessons learned and recommendations from the case studies and other evaluation research fed into the update for the INEE Minimum Standards Handbook in 2010.