This priority area is dedicated to address education in conflict and crisis environments as a function of providing security, services, infrastructure, and stability where the absence of such fundamental requirements will prevent effective learning. Outputs in this priority area include providing access to safe spaces, to physical infrastructure, and to basic education services, primarily to children and youth.

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Ensuring Research Ethics during Rapid Assessments in Conflict and Crisis Environments

Measuring SRGBV

In “Ethics Abroad: Fieldwork in Fragile and Violent Contexts,” Kate Cronin-Furman and Milli Lake write: The diversity of political spaces, availability of cheap labor, ease of access to powerful figures, and safety net of a foreign passport attract researchers to the developing world. However, environments of extreme state weakness and ongoing conflict permit research behavior... More

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