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This case study refers to a JRS program that was implemented in Adjumani, Northern Uganda in 1993. Prepared by Susan Njenga, Coordinator of the Resource Base for Refugee Education, JRS.
This case study was submitted to INEE by Bahereh Smith from IRC Ethiopia. This case study refers to a few different programs: KURET project from Jan 04-present and the Healing Classroom Initiative from January to July 07.
This case study was submitted by Mary Ombaka from the Norwegian Refugee Council. This is a case study on a programme that was implemented by Save the Children UK in the South and North Kivu districts of Democratic Republic of Congo in 2005. This emergency education programming focused mainly on IDPs …
Case study template for Teacher Compensation Initiative.
Worldwide, an estimated 178 million children are involved in the worst forms of child labor. Many of them have never attended school or have dropped out very early. Considering that most if not all of the children missing out on primary ducation are child laborers, efforts to achieve EFA must go …
This paper recommends that education in emergencies be seen, and planned from day one, as part of the development process and not solely as a ‘relief’ effort.
This Synthesis Report of the NGO Impact Initiative is the outcome of an international, collaborative process.
(Meeting Report, 27-29 October, 2005 , Medellin, Columbia)UNHCR/ACNUR Community Services Unit, November 2005)
The paper offers an overview of the key findings of a study of edu- cation and postconflict reconstruction and draws on a literature re- view, a database of key indicators for 52 conflict-affected countries, and a review of 12 country studies.
This paper argues for a reappraisal of the position of education in emergency programming. It explores the links between education and the wider protection needs of the children it assists. It suggests that, as protection in conflict emerges more clearly as a legitimate humanitarian concern, so the role of education …