Additional vetted and organized resources can be found in the INEE Toolkit.
When a new government came into power in Norway in October 2013, it made a commitment for Norway to take a leading role in global efforts to ensure quality education for
This review was commissioned by the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) and Save the Children to better understand the landscape of donors’ humanitarian policies on education and the role such policies
Every child has the right to an education and that right should not be adversely affected by the fact that children fall victim to humanitarian crises. In fact in every
The world is facing an alarming education crisis. Without immediate action, over half of the upcoming youth generation – 825 million of the 1.6 billion young people in 2030 – will be left behind and
In 2017, Education Cannot Wait is funding quality education for an estimated 2 million vulnerable children in Syria, Yemen, Chad & Ethiopia.
Education Cannot Wait is the world’s first collaborative effort to transform the delivery of education in emergencies. The fund and its supporters are dedicated to providing safe, free and
Education Cannot Wait is leveraging new resources to address short-term, unpredictable funding and improving a fragmented system. This fund is creating a bridge between humanitarian and development silos to protect
This document provides technical detail on the 34 indicators proposed as part of ECW’s results framework to memorialize the work and recommendations made throughout the results framework design process.
Theory of change behind the Education Cannot Wait Fund.
I. Purpose of this manual II. Education Cannot Wait Overview III. Receiving funding a. FromtheAccelerationFacility b. FromtheFirstResponseWindow c. From the Multi-Year Window IV. Post-funding requirements V. ECW management and governance