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Education & Child Protection: A Review of Good Practice on Inter-Sectoral Collaboration
Several efforts are underway to determine and document the processes through which collaboration between Education in Emergencies and Child Protection actors can take place. This evidence review aims to add value to ongoing global efforts and inform the current discourse by extracting lessons from country- and local-level practice across diverse contexts.
Testing Measures of Refugee Camp Environment, Caregiver Mental Health, and Child Social-Emotional Development Among the Rohingya in Cox’s Bazar
The goal of the study outlined in this brief was to assess survey measures relevant to children’s development specifc to the Rohingya refugee camps. Specifcally, we measured experiences of the refugee camps, caregivers’ well-being, and child social-emotional development among families with pre primary-aged (3-4 year old) children.
Sector-wide analysis of early childhood development and education in emergencies in Colombia and considerations to strengthen systems globally
The study outlines how the policy and program characteristics identified may represent levers or barriers to the effective operationalization of ECDEiE in Colombia. We discuss how these attributes could be considered in the trans-sectoral dialogue between ECDE and humanitarian actors with the aim of strengthening ECDEiE systems globally.
Temporary Learning Spaces (TLS): Design and practice in emergencies
This compendium aims to equip field practitioners with a selection of documented TLSs that have been implemented in past emergencies to capitalise and pass on the knowledge that has been gained from past emergency responses. The compendium reviews and provides practical insides on how to implement TLSs that are most appropriate for various types of emergency situations.
Focusing Resources on Effective School Health: a FRESH Start to Enhancing the Quality and Equity of Education
This information makes a strong case that an effective school health programme responds to a new need, increases the efficacy of other investments in child development, ensures better educational outcomes, achieves greater social equity, is a highly cost effective strategy.