Welcome to the Essentials for EiCC Honduras Training Page. Here you will find links to presentations, handouts, resources, and additional reading related to the training.
|Session||Slide Deck||Handouts or Additional Materials|
|1.1 Welcome and Introductions||Participant Manual
ECCN website – This is the home for ECCN where many of the resources discussed are being developed and refined.
|1.2 The State of Children and Youth||Presentation|
|1.3 Key Elements for Education in Crisis and Conflict||Key Elements Presentation||Handout: Key Elements Defined|
|1.4 Rapid Education and Risk Analysis (RERA)||Presentation||Handout: School Community Review Scoring Rubric
RERA Page– The RERA Toolkit provides step-by-step guidance for users to carry out a “good enough” situation analysis of the education sector, learners, and their communities as a dynamic system of relationships involving assets and multiple contextual risks.
|2.2 Protecting Education from Attack||Presentation||Additional resources:|
|2.3 Violence and Its Impact on Education (presentation)||Presentation||Report: The relationships between violence in childhood and educational outcomes|
|2.4 Violence and Its Impact on Education (panel)|
|2.5 School-related Gender-based Violence||Presentation||Handout: Scenario Activity
Links referred to in the presentation—SRGBV Resources:
SRGBV Global Data Sources:
|3.1 Fostering Wellbeing||Presentation – Alves|| Handout: Terms fill-in-the-blank
Examples of programming incorporating wellbeing:
|3.2 Challenges and Solutions: What Have We Learned and What Resources are There?||Presentation||ECCN Resource Repository
ECCN Evidence Gap MapsThe Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) – A rich network of resources for practitioners working with EiCC contexts.IRC’s Outcomes and Evidence FrameworkLiterature reviews and useful documents:What Works in Education in Emergencies – a comprehensive review of the EiCC literature.
Reaching the Underserved: Complementary Models of Effective Schooling – Exploration of nine case examples of complementary, community-based approaches to schooling from around the world, and a research methodology for analyzing the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of those models.
|3.3 Collaborating, Learning, Adapting (CLA)||Presentation||Resource: CLA Cards
USAID Learning Lab – USAID’s public-facing website dedicated to CLA
ProgramNet – Internal website accessible to staff and hosts information and guidance related to CLA within the USAID Program Cycle
Video of CLA – This video, based on winner of a CLA case competition, highlights CLA in action through the Conservation Enterprises Cross-Mission Learning Program launched in 2015 by USAID/E3 Forestry and Biodiversity Office (FAB)
|3.4 Conflict Sensitive M&E||Presentation||INEE’s Conflict Sensitive Education Pack|
|3.5 Flexible Acquisitions and Assistance||Presentation||A&A Lab – an interconnected network of A&A staff helping to advance the Agency’s mission through workforce development and the testing and scaling of innovations in A&A.
|4.2 Field Visit||ECCN’s Safer Learning Environments Qualitative Assessment Toolkit
INEE’s Conflict Sensitive Education Reflection Tool – a resource for assessing conflict sensitivity in education programming.
|4.3 PMEP Review|
|5.1 Bringing it Together: Key Elements, conflict sensitivity, M&E|
|5.2 Commitment to Action||Handout: Action Tables|