The Global Education Cluster supports Country Clusters and Working Groups to work towards a predictable, holistic, equitable and well-coordinated response by providing direct and remote field support, developing guidance, building evidence, strengthening capacities and advocating for the continued prioritization of education, to meet growing education needs of crisis affected children and youth.
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Last week ISEEC Partners and UNESCO convened a unique training to strengthen education sector coordination, bringing together 28 participants from edu clusters, refugee working groups and LEGs from South Sudan, Sudan, Ethiopia and Kenya. More on ISEEC:
#Ukraine | @IMPACT_init & @UNOSAT recently produced an analysis of #infrastructure +facilities damage in northwest Kyiv, the analysis found: 4 #healthcare 🏥facilities 15 #educational 📚facilities And 40 shops selling #food items were damaged Overview:
𝐈𝐧 𝐜𝐚𝐬𝐞 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐦𝐢𝐬𝐬𝐞𝐝 𝐢𝐭: the @EiEGenevaHub July 2022 newsletter is out! Read the new edition for updates on #TransformingEducation, financing #EIE, the Geneva EiE photo exhibit (now on display at Rotonde du Mont-Blanc!), and more:
ANNOUNCEMENT: "Children & youth’s right to inclusive, safe & quality education does not end in times of crisis; to the contrary, these situations present greatest challenge to achieving SDG4" Statement on #transformingeducation from @EiEGenevaHub members:
"We need to translate commitment into real, tangible action and this is what we hope to see in September at the @TransformingEdu Summit. We cannot let down the 222M of children & youth in emergencies & protracted crises."~@YasmineSherif1 #TransformingEducation Pre-Summit @UNESCO
Funding for #EiE is falling behind. It is far from meeting the needs of the 222m of crisis-affected children & youth who require educational support. @EiEGenevaHub report gives thorough assessment of multiple funding sources, trends, gaps:
“Education in emergencies is chronically underfunded & needs are rapidly increasing. The education sector in humanitarian response only received 22% of the ask in 2021” quotes @SteGiannini a @EiEGenevaHub report, @TransformingEdu “EiE Response Mechanisms & Financing” #222mdreams