INEE Minimum Standards Case Study: Building Capacity for Gaza Educationalists

This case study details the Training of Trainers on the INEE Minimum Standards conducted by the UNESCO oPt office and the subsequent steps to ensure that this learning was transposed into action on the ground. It outlines the work of a consultative steering committee of INEE members based in Gaza, which conducted follow-up from the trainings and provided helpful tools and documents so that education interventions follow global best practices and practitioners could easily identify gaps and weaknesses. The case study also describes how the training and tools have been applied in a UNESCO Disaster Risk Reduction project for emergency response plans in schools and how the Ministry of Education and Higher Education has used them to develop internal contingency plans.

Resource Info

Resource Type

Case Study


Published by

Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE), United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organziation (UNESCO)


INEE Minimum Standards
Professional Development

Geographic Focus

occupied Palestinian territory