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INEE 2006 Annual Report

As a result of collective action, INEE is pleased to highlight the following select accomplishments for 2006:

  • UN Inter-Agency Standing Committee’s decision to apply cluster approach to the education sector can be attributed to INEE’s effective advocacy and mobilisation of members and partner organisations;
  • Inputs into donor, UN and NGO policy-making processes through the coordination of two policy roundtables:
    • CIDA-INEE Policy Roundtable on Education in Emergencies, Fragile States and Reconstruction which called for policy coherence across different areas of work, the establishment of alternative financing mechanisms, and the institutionalisation and implementation of the INEE Minimum Standards; and
    • the Teacher Compensation in Fragile States, Situations of Displacement and Post-Conflict Return Roundtable which fostered consensus on the policy and practice challenges and the identification of next steps;
  • Over 175 trainers trained in the INEE Minimum Standards regional Training of Trainers Workshops with additional workshops already conducted and planned by TOT graduates;
  • New and more user-friendly website containing relevant publications, training materials, good practice guides, lessons learned, case studies, policy briefs, country profiles and other helpful links launched and actively utilised by members;
  • INEE was a recipient of the Women’s Commission for Refugee Women and Children’s Voices of Courage Award for accomplishments to date in its work promoting access to and completion of high-quality education for all persons affected by emergencies, crises or chronic instability.

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Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)