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.
Guidance on obtaining useful data from IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) to inform emergency education planning and response
The Synthesis Report documents current CVA practices being used to achieve EiE outcomes while the associated guidelines, organized around the Humanitarian Programme Cycle, identify recommendations for education practitioners in order to more systematically consider CVA in response planning
This framing paper discusses why education is critical, in that it provides essential protection, dignity and development of children and youth in crisis
This Summary Guide shows the six steps to developing an Education Cluster Strategy. It is a companion to the full Guide, providing an overview and identifying quick entry points for the guidance; for each step in the process you will find detailed, practical tips and guidance in the full Guide.…
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.
This document contains guidance around topics that should be included in (initial) meetings with Cluster Lead Agency/Agencies (CLA) – considering Cluster experience of the UNICEF Representative and the Save the Children Country Director:
The purpose of the Guide and Needs Assessment Packages to provide practical, relevant guidance and resources to education in emergencies (EiE) coordination staff conducting, coordinating and participating in secondary data reviews and joint, harmonized and/or multi-sector needs assessments.
The purpose of this Guide and accompanying Strategy Package is to provide practical, relevant guidance and resources to education in emergencies (EiE) coordination staff on how to develop and update an Education Cluster Strategy.
The second instalment in the Elevating Education in Emergencies series takes stock of the work done within the education sector to implement cash transfer programming (CTP) and reflects upon the challenges, successes and opportunities for the future, with a focus on Iraq and Somalia.
Key decisions, deadlines and information needs should be recorded into an assessment framework. The framework is a guiding document for the entire assessment process and helps ensure that data for every question has a specific purpose for being collected (as well as a plan for how to analyze it…