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High profile crises are an irresistible call to action for the disaster relief industry. “Its an emergency” becomes our mantra as we readily focus our efforts on the transitory emergency
The terms and definitions in this glossary have been assembled with a focus on their common usage and understanding within a humanitarian context, particularly as relating to the protection of
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
These training materials include adaptations of the two main scenarios (Session 5&6 and Session 10) to reflect education challenges in a chronic food crisis situation. Following a drought, a severe food
This is an adaptation of the initial Zamborra background note in the original training package (sessions on assessment, design, monitoring and evaluation) and related roles with a focus on the
Brief adapted from a background paper commissioned for the 2019 Global Education Monitoring Report There is an urgent need for a comprehensive response to the rapidly growing population of young children (
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Hope and Homes for Children (HHC) began working in Sudan in 1998, setting up small family type homes (SFHs) for children who had been orphaned or separated from their families as
While there is no question that growing proportions of youth in unstable societies should be a priority concern, government and international policies may unintentionally be making the youth challenge worse.