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How can we promote resilience in youth during and after conflict? Lessons from Mindanao
This blog by Nalini Chugani of Education Development Center discusses the Mindanao Youth for Development (MYDev) program and how it worked to strengthen youth and their communities’ capacity to deal with violence and conflict.
Crisis-Sensitive Educational Planning for Refugees and Host Communities: Lessons from Ethiopia
This report focuses on the activities in Component 1 to distil lessons learned on jointly planning education across host and refugee contexts
CSE Training in Goma DRCongo: Edmond’s Impressions and Experience
Impression, Experience and lessons learnt about Conflict Sensitive Education Trainings, highlighting reflections on a set of trainings delivered in 2019 as part of a joint project called “Never too late to learn”.
Formations ESC à Goma en RDC: l'expérience et les impressions d'Edmond
Impression, expérience et leçons apprises des formations sur l'éducation sensible aux conflits, mettant en lumière les réflexions sur un ensemble de formations dispensées en 2019 dans le cadre d'un projet conjoint DEVCO, NRC et INEE intitulé "Never too late to learn" (« Il n’est jamais trop tard pour apprendre »).
Marginalization, civil war, and a lack of education aid: A case study of Sudan's Nuba Mountains
The Nuba Mountains region of Sudan exemplifies a critical gap in education aid for marginalized communities affected by civil war. This case study presents an overview of the conflict in the Nuba Mountains, the gap in international aid coverage, and the education needs.
Radio-Based Education for All (RABEA)
RABEA accelerated English and math programming for youth teaches primary school subjects alongside lifeskills for out-of-school youth in levels 1-4 (uses conflict-sensitive messaging) in South Sudan.
Education as the weapon for the future: A qualitative study of education needs in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan
The people of the Nuba Mountains in Sudan have been under conflict for decades. This conflict has left the people of Nuba lacking many resources, including education support. Due to the nature of the conflict, access to the region is challenging. Still, the education organization, To Move Mountains, was able to conduct qualitative research with two communities within the conflict zone.
Conflict Sensitive Education Training in Kibondo, Tanzania: Wia Mae’s reflections on CSE and EiE
Wia-Mae Koha Mmari shares her thoughts on the CSE training and opportunities for training on education in emergencies.
CSE Training in Kibondo, Tanzania: Wia-Mae’s learning journey
Wia-Mae Koha Mmari shares her experience as a participant in a training of trainers workshop on conflict sensitive education, and the transition to facilitating the training on her own.
Blog Series: Conflict Sensitive Education Trainers Learning Journeys
Blog series on a set of conflict sensitive education trainings that were delivered as part of a 4-year project called “Never too late to learn” in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Tanzania. The project - a joint initiative of DEVCO, NRC, and INEE - aims to contribute to improved access to quality and protective basic education for displacement-affected children.