Safeguard Yemen’s Future: Protect Education from Attack

Attacks on education in Yemen are exacerbating an already devastating crisis for education, said the Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack (GCPEA) in a briefing paper, Safeguard Yemen’s Future: Protect Education from Attack. According to Yemen’s Education Cluster, 2 million children are…

  • Communicaiton: Communication Materials
  • Coordination: Advocacy
  • Emergency: Conflict
  • HPC: Implementation & Monitoring, Resource Mobilisation
  • Technical Areas: Attacks on Education, Protection

Schools under Attack in Syria: A monitoring report on the impact of attacks on Syrian schools by the Southern Turkey Education Cluster (Syria response)

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…

  • Communicaiton: Communication Materials
  • Coordination: Advocacy
  • Emergency: Conflict, Complex
  • HPC: Implementation & Monitoring, Resource Mobilisation
  • Technical Areas: Attacks on Education, Protection

Education Under Attack 2018 - Ukraine Country Profile in GCPEA Report

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…

  • Communicaiton: Communication Materials
  • Coordination: Advocacy
  • Emergency: Conflict
  • HPC: Implementation & Monitoring, Resource Mobilisation
  • Technical Areas: Attacks on Education, Protection
  • Communicaiton: Communication Materials
  • Coordination: Advocacy
  • Emergency: Drought
  • HPC: Resource Mobilisation
  • Technical Areas: Protection

Education Cannot Wait for the War to End

Advocacy brief on the role of education in saving lives and averting the loss of another generation in South Sudan

  • Communicaiton: Communication Materials
  • Coordination: Advocacy
  • Emergency: Conflict, Complex, Displacement
  • HPC: Resource Mobilisation

Guidance on Working with Governments

How can a Cluster promote partnership with (sub-)national governments?Close coordination and collaboration with government efforts in a humanitarian response is an essential part of the cluster approach. The nature of these links will depend on the emergency context and the willingness, capacity…

  • Coordination: Coordination, Cluster Management, Leadership
  • HPC: Implementation & Monitoring, Needs Assessment & Analysis, Operational Peer Review and Evaluation, Resource Mobilisation, Strategic Planning

Education Cluster Advocacy and Key Message Design Tool

"Example of an Education Cluster Advocacy Design Tool "

  • Communicaiton: Communication Materials
  • Coordination: Advocacy, Cluster Strategy
  • HPC: Resource Mobilisation, Strategic Planning

Education Across the Border - Somalia Education Cluster Advocacy Brief

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…

  • Communicaiton: Communication Materials
  • Coordination: Advocacy
  • HPC: Resource Mobilisation, Strategic Planning
  • Emergency: Protection

Schools Under Attack in Syria

A monitoring report on the impact of attacks on Syrian schools by the Southern Turkey Education Cluster (Syria response)

  • Communicaiton: Communication Materials
  • Coordination: Advocacy
  • Emergency: Conflict, Complex
  • HPC: Implementation & Monitoring, Resource Mobilisation
  • Technical Areas: Attacks on Education, Protection

Reference Module for the Implementation of the Humanitarian Programme Cycle

The IASC Reference Module for the Implementation of the Humanitarian Program Cycle defines the roles and responsibilities of international humanitarian actors and the way that they interact with each other, national and local authorities, civil society and with people affected by crises. This…

  • Coordination: Coordination
  • HPC: Implementation & Monitoring, Needs Assessment & Analysis, Operational Peer Review and Evaluation, Resource Mobilisation, Strategic Planning
  • Technical Areas: Accountability to Affected Populaiton

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