below you can find selected tools
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 Short Guide is a stand-alone reference tool to help you plan and conduct a rapid joint needs assessment. You can also use it in situations where there are no clusters and education is coordinated through a sector working group.
The aim of this paper is to give the reader some ideas about the key points and principles related to sampling that need to be considered when carrying out a rapid assessment in an emergency situation.
These guides are intended as practical guidance for Save the Children staff working at Head Office and within country programmes who want to support children’s meaningful involvement in the governance, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of their work. The guides have been written…
In order to further strengthen the inter-cluster coordination on assessments, the ICCM requested OCHA to establish an Assessment Working Group (AWG). The group was composed of cluster and agency needs assessment representatives and/or experts. OCHA chaired the Assessment Working Group and this…
This toolkit provides robust guidance for conducting joint needs assessments in the first weeks and months of an emergency. This toolkit is divided into four parts: I) guidance; II) modules; III) tools; and IV) annexes. This toolkit accompanies RJENA
This report summarizes the lessons related to the Education Cluster’s response to the Haiti earthquake in 2010. A total of 40 recommendations are included in this document.
The purpose of this handbook is to provide Education Cluster Coordinators with supporting information to guide their role in facilitating a predictable, coordinated and effective response to education needs in emergencies.