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A Foundational Approach to Education in Emergencies

7 July 2014

An interview with Dr. Carine Allaf, INEE Minimum Standards Working Group Co-Chair and Director of Programs at Qatar Foundation International, Washington, D.C.

Dr. Carine Allaf offers a unique view of the field of education in emergencies (EiE) with her background working in different countries as well as her experience teaching about EiE at Teachers College, Columbia University. 

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INTERSOS: Providing Education and Child Protection in Emergencies

30 June 2014

An interview with Ms. Serena Campogrande, INTERSOS Protection Advisor and interim Education Advisor, Italy.

As the interim Education Advisor at INTERSOS, Ms. Serena Campogrande consulted with her colleagues in the field working to provide education and child protection in emergencies.  Ms. Campogrande spoke to Katie Zanoni, INEE Minimum Standards Team Member, to share the collective knowledge gathered from

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The INEE Minimum Standards within the Ministry of Education in Yemen

23 June 2014

An interview with Khalil Al-Hussaini, Donor Coordinator with the Ministry of Education in Yemen

As the Donor Coordinator with the Ministry of Education (MoE) in Yemen, Mr. Khalil Al-Hussaini is responsible for working with donors to ensure quality education is accessible for children who have been impacted by conflict in the country.  Mr. Al-Hussaini represents the MoE in

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The INEE Minimum Standards: The Basis for Education in Emergencies Programming

16 June 2014

An interview with Ms. Sweta Shah, Education in Emergencies Specialist at Plan International, USA

As the Education in Emergencies Specialist at Plan International, Ms. Sweta Shah explains how the INEE Minimum Standards are embedded in her work and her institution.  In this interview Ms. Shah speaks to Katie Zanoni, INEE Minimum Standard Team Member, to identify some of

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The INEE Minimum Standards: A Platform for the EiE Community

9 June 2014

An interview with Ellen van Kalmthout, global Education Cluster Coordinator at UNICEF, Geneva.

Ms. Ellen van Kalmthout is a longstanding practitioner in the education in emergencies field and is currently global Education Cluster Coordinator at UNICEF.  In this interview, Ms. Van Kalmthout speaks with Katie Zanoni, INEE Minimum Standards Team Member, to unveil a rich history of the

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Global Leaders Press for Recommitment to Girls’ Education in Light of Nigeria Abductions

4 June 2014

Below is a press release from the Global Partnership for Education.

Global Leaders Press for Recommitment to Girls' Education in Light of Nigeria Abductions In Open Letter, Prime Ministers, President of European Commission and EU Development Commissioner call on world leaders to reverse education funding decline. 

Washington, D.C. - 4 June 2014

The

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Getting it Right: Balancing Pragmatism and Accountability in Education in Emergency Response Part II

2 June 2014

An interview with Peter Hyll-Larsen, ActionAid Representative on the INEE Minimum Standards Working Group and part-time independent consultant on education rights in emergencies  

Peter Hyll-Larsen offers his perspective in this interview on the role the INEE Minimum Standards (INEE MS) have played in advocating for the right to education especially during an emergency situation. Mr. Hyll-Larsen speaks with

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Getting it Right: Balancing Pragmatism and Accountability in Education in Emergency Response Part I

28 May 2014

An interview with Peter Hyll-Larsen, ActionAid Representative on the INEE Minimum Standards Working Group and part-time independent consultant on education rights in emergencies  

Peter Hyll-Larsen offers his perspective in this interview on the role the INEE Minimum Standards (INEE MS) have played in advocating for the right to education especially during an emergency situation.  Mr. Hyll-Larsen speaks

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The INEE Minimum Standards to Guide Educational Programming

19 May 2014

An interview with Essa Ali Al Mannai, Executive Director of Reach Out To Asia (ROTA), Qatar

In this interview, Essa Ali Al Mannai speaks with INEE Minimum Standards Team Member, Katie Zanoni, to discuss his work and consider how the Standards have impacted educational programming within Reach Out To Asia.  Mr. Al Mannai highlights the importance of the

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War Child Canada’s Accelerated Learning Program in West Darfur

14 May 2014

Salima Jaffer is a Project Officer with War Child Canada, where she manages the Sudan, South Sudan and Sierra Leone portfolios. Salima has previously worked with the Aga Khan Foundation in Tanzania and Uganda, and the Tropical Health Education Trust in Zambia. 

In 2012, 2,307,500 children in Sudan were out of school; 20% of those children

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