INEE 2013 Annual Report

In 2013, we have witnessed with sadness the emergence of new crises and natural disasters, as well as the intensification of ongoing emergency situations: the conflict in Syria, accompanied by hundreds of thousands of people crossing borders into neighboring countries and millions displaced within Syria; Typhoon Haiyan causing devastation in the Philippines; the ramping up of the conflict in the Central African Republic; revived conflict in Egypt and South Sudan; and flooding in India and Pakistan. These and other crises caused human loss and suffering, and each brought obstacles to education. Given these demands, INEE has worked diligently to raise the response for education in emergencies through advocacy, information, tools and technical assistance needed by practitioners in such difficult contexts.

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Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)