Published as Humanitarian Practice Network Paper Number 57, December, 2006.
This paper presents the case for education as an essential humanitarian intervention, and the INEE Minimum standards as a tool for quality and accountability within those interventions. It sets out the preliminary implementation experience of the INEE Minimum standards, highlighting the process globally as well as focusing on the challenges and lessons learned from initial pilot research in Uganda and Darfur. It also examines the lessons learned from having a Minimum standards focal point in Pakistan, working to institutionalise the standards both within UNESCO, and the new humanitarian cluster system. Finally, the paper presents a number of lessons applicable to the wider humanitarian community, and describes the next steps for the implementation of the INEE Minimum standards. (UNESCO)
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