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Intended for schools already having a meal or food service programme in place, this tool will help the appropriate school staff, including service providers, to improve their services and assure
This paper examines an important component of the developing field of education in emergencies: curriculum decision-making processes. The paper argues that in order to fully meet the commitment articulated by
The purpose of the INEE Guidance Note on Psychosocial Support is to clarify the importance of supporting the psychosocial wellbeing of children and youth, and to offer specific strategies for
This study, informed by various sociological neo-institutional approaches, investigates whether a global mechanism such as the cluster approach represents an adequate framework to structuring humanitarian response. It sheds light on
The School Code of Conduct (SCOC) training programme is designed to be used by Save the Children education staff to enable teachers and education personnel to implement governmental Teachers’ Codes
This resource is part of a collection of resources compiled by UNICEF’s 2012-2016 Peacebuilding, Education and Advocacy Programme (PBEA), known as “Learning for Peace”, which was funded by the
There has been remarkable progress in education in Iraq. Enrolment in primary education grew tremendously over the past decade, increasing at about 4.1% per year. As of 2015-2016, 9.2 million students are
El Plan Integral de Seguridad Escolar (PISE) es un instrumento articulador de los variados programas de seguridad destinados a la comunidad educativa, aportando de manera sustantiva al desarrollo de una
The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) engaged the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC) to conduct an external review of the Youth Education (YEP) model. The project was an opportunity to compare
This study presents selected education programmes available for Syrian children in Syria, Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, and Egypt, including curricula used and the certification and accreditation of education programmes in