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Safer Learning Environments

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Improved Programming

Tools and resources to assess, design and adapt education programs in crisis-affected contexts.

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USAID Education in Crisis & Conflict Network (ECCN)

See the Year 4&5 Work Plan

Of the 67 million primary-school-aged children around the world who do not attend school, 40 million live in countries affected by armed conflict. Millions more have had their education disrupted by natural disasters, crime and violence. In response, the USAID’s Education in Crisis and Conflict Network (ECCN) seeks to improve policy, planning and practice in education in crisis and conflict. As a community of practice ECCN shares knowledge, develops tools and guidance, and delivers professional development opportunities to build the capacity of its members. ECCN members include USAID education staff and partners working in crisis and conflict-affected environments. Read More

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Return to Learning: An Initiative for Forcibly Displaced Children

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ECCN’s Equity Task Team and Save the Children will discuss the Return to Learning program, a short-term catch-up program designed to help out-of-school children restore a sense of normalcy and routine, improve well-being, and support readiness to excel in longer term non-formal education programs or, when possible, enrollment in the formal school system. A key... read more

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