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View resources to support education in emergencies coordination during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Indicative Guidance for the establishment and management of co-leadership arrangements at the country level.
The conflict in Ukraine has led to a splintered education system, and fighting disrupted children’s access to education near the contact line. Rockets, heavy artillery, and mortars launched by all parties to the conflict damaged or destroyed hundreds of schools on both sides of the contact line. In…
In order to provide a coordinated response in accordance with the humanitarian reform and especially the guidelines of the Permanent Inter Agency Committee (IASC), the cluster approach was active in Chad including the education cluster. It aims to ensure a logical and effective preparation and…
In line with the global agreement, UNICEF and Save the Children have also been designated as Lead and Co-Lead Agencies respectively of the Mali Education Cluster, The present Memorandum of Understanding outlines the modalities for the Lead and Co-Lead arrangement.
This document is an example of MoU between Save the Children and UNICEF in Ukraine
"This code of conduct provides basic standards in relation to interviewing and documenting information as part of the NGO Forum Multi-Sector Needs Assessment (MSNA) for Eastern Ukraine. The principles laid down in this code of conduct are to safeguard the best interests of respondents for their…
In August 2014 the Mali Education Cluster conducted a sector needs assessment in Mali’s Kidal region using Mapi. This report contains lessons from this assessment.
A study on the role of education for conflict-affected communities in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Ethiopia