• Emergency: Complex
  • HPC: Strategic Planning

Ethiopia Education in Emergency Strategic Operational Plan 2017

This document sets clear EiE objectives and focus on needs based areas of the emergency response; apply well coordinated monitoring and evaluation approach; minimize/avoid duplicating efforts; and evision recovery strategy. Moreover, this EiE 2017 operational strategy creates nexus between…

  • Coordination: Cluster Strategy
  • Emergency: Conflict, Complex, Drought, Floods, Displacement
  • HPC: Strategic Planning

Ethiopia Secondary Data Review Report 2016

Ethiopia has recorded one of the fastest growing economies (at an average 10.5%) in the Sub-Saharan Africa in the last 10 years. However, it ranks 174 of 188 countries on the 2015 Human Development Index implying a long way to go. The Ethiopia education system is vulnerable to both natural…

  • Coordination: Needs Assessment, Information Management
  • Emergency: Conflict, Complex, Drought, Floods, Displacement
  • HPC: Needs Assessment & Analysis

Ethiopia Education Cluster EDUCATION IN EMERGENCY 2016/17 RESPONSE STRATEGY

The Federal MOEis leading the Education Cluster with UNICEF and Save the Children to respond to the need of Education in Emergency.In response to the recent crisis, the EEC has been officially reactivated in January 2016 in order to be able to coordinate partners and respond to the crisis. This is…

  • Coordination: Cluster Strategy
  • Emergency: Conflict, Complex, Drought, Floods
  • HPC: Strategic Planning

EDUCATION CLUSTER ASSESSMENT ON THE STATE OF EDUCATION IN CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

At the time of this assessment in April 2015 the Central African Republic (CAR) was slowly recovering from two years of insecurity and political instability. Large areas of the country were still suffering from occupation by and in-fighting between various armed groups. This assessment was…

  • Coordination: Needs Assessment
  • Emergency: Conflict
  • HPC: Needs Assessment & Analysis
  • Technical Areas: Attacks on Education, Protection

Un saut dans l’inconnu: état de l’éducation en RCA

Les attaques des milices anti-balakadu 5 décembre 2013 à Bangui et représailles par les ex-Sélékaont entraîné une augmentation sans précédent de la violence et le déplacement de plus de 500’000 personnes en République centrafricaine. C’est dans ce contexte, alors que le pays connaissait sapire…

  • Coordination: Needs Assessment
  • Emergency: Conflict
  • HPC: Needs Assessment & Analysis
  • Technical Areas: Accountability to Affected Populaiton

Un retour en arrière : impact de la crise sur l'éducation en République centrafricaine depuis décembre 2012

En décembre 2012, différents groupes rebelles rassemblés sous le nom de Séléka(«coalition» en sango) ont lancé une campagne militaire qui a abouti à la prise de Bangui le 24 mars.Le système éducatif a été gravement touché par cette crise: les écoles ont fermé dans quasiment tout le pays(et un grand…

  • Coordination: Needs Assessment
  • Emergency: Conflict
  • HPC: Needs Assessment & Analysis
  • Technical Areas: Accountability to Affected Populaiton

A Step Back: The impact of the recent crisis on education in Central African Republic

In December 2012, various rebel groups gathered under the monikerSéléka("coalition" in Sango) in the Central African Republic (CAR) and began a military campaign throughout the country, culminating in a coup d’étaton 24 March 2013.The education system has been severely affected.Schools closed(and…

  • Coordination: Needs Assessment
  • Emergency: Conflict
  • HPC: Needs Assessment & Analysis
  • Technical Areas: Attacks on Education, Protection

Ethiopia Cluster: Status, Issues and Way Forward

This report summarises the situation the Education Cluster in Ethiopia was facing in 2011 and identifies challenges as well as opportunities the cluster faced in responding to the education crisis.

  • Coordination: Knowledge Mangement
  • Emergency: Conflict, Complex, Drought, Floods
  • HPC: Operational Peer Review and Evaluation

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