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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.
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:
Ideally School buildings and education facilities should not be used as shelter by families who have been displaced due to conflict. Using school buildings as shelter denies displaced and host community children access to safe learning environments.However, in a case of mass displacement where no…
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.
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.
In order to provide a coordinated response in accordance with the humanitarian reform and especially the guidelines of the Permanent Inter Agency Committee (IASC), the cluster approach was active in Chad including the education cluster. It aims to ensure a logical and effective preparation and…