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INEE Minimum Standards

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The INEE Minimum Standards are the global consensus for good practice in meeting the educational rights and needs of people affected by disasters and crises.

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The INEE Toolkit contains a variety of practical, field-friendly tools to guide educationalists, humanitarian workers and government officials.