The 4Ws of Education in Emergencies Data: Who has What Data? Where Can I Find it? And Why is this so Complicated?
The purpose of this two-day EiE Data workshop is to build the capacity of education in emergencies (EiE) practitioners to access, interpret, and use publicly available education data in crisis and conflict-affected contexts. Recent education data mapping activities by USAID’s Middle East Education Research, Training and Support (MEERS) activity have revealed that a great deal of EiE data is publicly available from various humanitarian and development actors, but many practitioners lack awareness and capacity for effective data navigation and use. This workshop will orient EiE practitioners to the EiE data landscape, including data quality challenges and current initiatives to improve the data ecosystem, and share practical tools for finding, navigating, and using different sources of EiE data. The workshop will also provide hands-on practice with EiE data from the actual contexts where participants are working. The workshop will include access to a set of simple tools that will support improved professional practice.
Limited spots available! Use this link to submit your name for consideration by Feb 28th. Confirmation emails will be sent out to selected participants by mid-March.
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