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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.
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…
This framing paper discusses why education is critical, in that it provides essential protection, dignity and development of children and youth in crisis
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…
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 Bangladesh Education Cluster developed Key Messages for Temporary Learning Center facilitators and students. During the monsoon season, all students should be told, and regularly reminded of, the key messages in this document. Facilitators Should reinforce these messages regularly through role…
South Sudan Memorandum of Understanding between Save the Children and UNICEF regarding Cluster C0-leadership
In Iraq, It has been agreed that UNICEF and Save the Children will be co-lead agencies, in line with the global arrangement. The present Memorandum of Understanding outlines the modalities for this arrangement.