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As prevalence of cash transfer programming in humanitarian response has grown, so too has the recognition that the child protection sector must learn how to use case transfer programs to
This review of 43 impact studies sought to methodically capture the known impacts of economic strengthening (ES) programs (microcredit, skills training, agricultural interventions, etc.) on the well-being of children (0-18 years)
The 2012 EFA Global Monitoring Report is divided into two parts. Part I provides a snapshot of progress towards the six EFA goals, and towards spending on education to finance the
This note presents the evidence on the role that simple early childhood stimulation inputs can play when they accompany nutrition inputs, and how the joint intervention is crucial to the
This study is a rigorous review of evidence found in the literature that shows which interventions promote educational access, quality of learning, and wellbeing among children who live in crisis-affected
These briefs summarise the mainstreaming of various thematic areas in the INEE Minimum Standards Handbook. Themes include: Gender, Inclusive Education, Inter-sectoral Linkages, Psychosocial and Well-being, Youth, HIV and AIDS, Human
This training module is part of the INEE-Education Cluster Education in Emergencies harmonized training package. The EiE training package combines training materials from the original INEE Minimum Standards, IIEP and
Thematic Paper for the Youth, Peace and Security Progress Study This paper outlines key debates and insights on the role of education in relation to UNSCR 2250 and the youth, peace,
The World Development Report 2018 (WDR 2018)—LEARNING to Realize Education’s Promise—is the first ever devoted entirely to education. And the timing is excellent: education has long been critical to
Most youth are peaceful. Even if the field known as “countering violent extremism” (CVE) did not exist, most young people still would not join a violent extremist organization (VEO). At