In its continuous effort to strengthen the use of the INEE Minimum Standards, the INEE Working Group on Minimum Standards and Network Tools commissioned a study to evaluate the awareness and use of the Standards worldwide. From September 2011 to January 2012, the assessment analyzed how and to what extent the INEE MS Handbook has been used to date for: advocacy; coordination; program planning and response; research; and institutional change. Based on a comprehensive desk review, an online survey of both close- ended and open-ended questions, and in-depth interviews and focus group discussions, the survey assessment provides several interesting findings and recommendations. Read the INEE Minimum Standards Assessment Report here.
In-depth analyses of the Assessment survey raw data are available on:
INEE invites you to share the INEE Minimum Standards Assessment with education in emergencies colleagues in your country! We encourage you to hold short events to share the findings and recommendations with other EiE practitioners in your country. The materials in the Presentation Packets can help you present the findings and facilitate dialogue around the further use of the INEE Minimum Standards to support EiE programs and initiatives. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Assessment Presentation Packets include:
If you would like to access the original survey, please see the survey in a pdf format in English, Arabic, French, Portuguese, Spanish or Urdu. For more information about the INEE Minimum Standards Assessment, please contact the INEE Coordinator for Minimum Standards and Network Tools at email@example.com.
Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) of the INEE Minimum Standards, has been ongoing since their launch in December 2004.
As part of the Monitoring and Evaluation process, a team of researchers from InterWorks, Columbia University and the George Washington University conducted a global survey to analyse INEE members’ awareness, utilisation, and institutionalisation of the standards, and ultimately the impact that the standards have had on improving the quality of education in emergencies. The report Measuring the Implementation and Impact of the Minimum Standards is now available: