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Uganda’s School Plan for Refugee Children Could Become a Global Template
Uganda’s Primary Education under the Education Response Plan for Refugees and Host Communities in Uganda (ERP), facilitated by Education Cannot Wait (ECW), the first of its kind globally, was launched two years ago by the Ugandan government together with local and international humanitarian and development partners.
A Systems-focused Change that Made a Difference: Learning Coaches in Sierra Leone
This blog discusses lessons and insights from the International Rescue Committee's (IRC) Learning Coaches program in Sierra Leone.
New INEE Reference Group to drive reforms and set global standards for EiE data
INEE, ECW, and the UIS have launched a new reference group on education in emergencies (EiE) data aimed at tackling some of the sectoral challenges in EiE data collection, storage, sharing, and use.
The Reunion: A conversation with some of INEE’s founding members (Part II)
INEE Founders Peter Buckland, Eldrid Midttun, and Christopher Talbot discuss the future of INEE and what lies ahead for EiE.
The Reunion: A conversation with some of INEE’s founding members (Part I)
INEE Founders Peter Buckland, Eldrid Midttun, and Christopher Talbot recount their conversations on INEE’s early years from the 20th Anniversary Founders Panel.
Stories: Teachers at work supporting the Ministry’s Learning Continuity program - Yemen
This essay from Ahmed, INEE member in Yemen, was 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.).
Why Is Europe Keeping Its Schools Open, Despite New Lockdowns?
Europe’s latest wave of restrictions to stop the spread of coronavirus have largely avoided closing schools. We take a look at why and how they are being kept open.
Stories: INEE Helps in Planning - From Just Planning to Planning Justly - Pakistan
This story of Syed, a National Program Manager in Pakistan, was 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.).
UK and Kenya to host major education summit in 2021
The United Kingdom and Kenya will co-host a high-level summit next year to lead global action to educate every child, the Prime Minister Boris Johnson and President Uhuru Kenyatta announce today (Monday 12 October).
كوفيد- 19 وطوارئ التعليم العالمي: نُظم تخطيط للتعافي والمرونة
ويوصي هذا الملخّص بتخطيط تعليمي حساس للأزمات، يقوي التركيز على المساواة من أجل ضمان استمرار التعليم، ومبنيّ على تدابير صحية شاملة. ويقترح إجراءات لبلدان ومانحي مجموعة العشرين من أجل إعادة بناء نُظم تعليمية مرنة ودعمها، والانتقال من الاستجابة الأولية إلى التعافي.