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Education in Emergencies Timeline

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INEE Toolkit

Vetted tools for education in emergencies

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

Members in Action

Weekly spotlight on five members

INEE Minimum Standards

Global Best Practice

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.