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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.
Syria is one of the most heavily affected countries by attacks on education.In Syria, schools arebombed, damaged, looted and destroyed on a regular basis, many places of learning are now deserted as children and teachers flee to safety.Since the conflict began, more than 4,200 schoolshave been…
This report provides a summary of the observations, analyses and recommendations that were compiled by the Global CP AoR, Global Education Cluster and Somalia Education Cluster.
Cash programming has become a significant part of the current drought response in Somalia. Conditional and unconditional cash grants or vouchers, that are either restricted or unrestricted, are being used by a large variety of partners for food or multi-purpose transfers to affected people. With…
The Somalia Education Cluster advocacy brief “Education Across the Border – Without proper planning for Education there cannot be repatriation in dignity” highlights that failure to properly plan the smooth reintegration of returnee children and adolescents in schools in Somalia will jeopardize the…
A monitoring report on the impact of attacks on Syrian schools by the Southern Turkey Education Cluster (Syria response)
The purpose of this lessons learned exercise is to highlight the key elements of the Education Cluster coordination and response that worked well, which worked less well and why, and to articulate recommendations for improvement.
The Global Cluster hired an independent consultant to conduct a light touch lessons learned exercise in Somalia. The purpose of this review was to highlight issues within the education Cluster that should be followed-up at the country level.