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INEE Minimum Standards Reference Tool

The INEE Minimum Standards Reference Tool accompanies and complements the INEE Minimum Standards Handbook. It is a useful training tool and can provide easy references to the INEE Minimum Standards for people working on application, institutionalisation and contextualisation of the Standards. For more information on the INEE Minimum Standards Handbook, visit

Download the Reference Tool

The INEE Minimum Standards Reference Tool is for available in the following languages:

Order Hardcopies of the Reference Tool

To order hard copies, please fill out the request form.  The Reference Tool, and all INEE tools, can also be accessed through the INEE Toolkit, the go-to place for user-friendly resources on education in emergencies!

Translate the Reference Tool

If you wish to translate the reference tool in another language, INEE will be happy to work with you. Please contact the INEE Coordinator for Minimum Standards for more information ([email protected]).

Access the INEE Minimum Standards Map

The Minimum Standards map lays out all 19 Minimum Standards. It helps visualize the inter-connectedness of the Minimum Standards. It is currently available in:


Share Your Experience Using the INEE Minimum Standards

INEE welcomes case studies on the implementation of the INEE Minimum Standards.  To submit a case study, please fill in the case study template in English, Arabic, French, Spanish.  Or, if you are interested in sharing your experience with the INEE Minimum Standards on the INEE Blog, please contact [email protected]