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Education in emergencies and post-crisis transition: 2010 consolidated progress report to the government of the Netherlands and the European Commission

Source(s):  United Nations Children's Fund - Panama (UNICEF)

This report focuses on results achieved from 27 participating countries in the fourth year of the Education in Emergencies and Post-Crisis Transition (EEPCT) programme developed to rapidly restore quality education while 'building back better' in emergencies due to conflict or natural disaster.

The EEPCT programme is structured around four overarching goals, which include: (i) improved quality of education response in emergencies and post-crisis transitions; (ii) increased resilience of education service delivery in chronic crises, arrested development and deteriorating contexts; (iii) increased education-sector contribution to better prediction, prevention and preparedness for emergencies caused by natural disaster and conflict; and (iv) evidence-based policies, efficient operational strategies and fit-for-purpose financing instruments for education in emergencies and post-crisis situations.



 
 
  • Education in emergencies and post-crisis transition: 2010 consolidated progress report to the government of the Netherlands and the European Commission
  • Publication date 2011
  • Number of pages 76 p.

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