Essentials for Education in Crisis & Conflict, Honduras - April 2018
Welcome to the Essentials for EiCC Honduras Training Page. Here you will find links to presentations, handouts, resources, and additional reading related to the training.
1.1 Welcome and Introductions
1.2 The State of Children and Youth
1.3 Key Elements for Education in Crisis and Conflict
1.4 Rapid Education and Risk Analysis (RERA)
RERA Page– The RERA Toolkit provides step-by-step guidance for users to carry out a “good enough” situation analysis of the education sector, learners, and their communities as a dynamic system of relationships involving assets and multiple contextual risks.
2.2 Protecting Education from Attack
2.3 Violence and Its Impact on Education
2.4 Violence and Its Impact on Education
2.5 School-related Gender-based Violence
Links referred to in the presentation—SRGBV Resources:
SRGBV Global Data Sources:
3.1 Fostering Wellbeing
Examples of programming incorporating wellbeing:
- An example of integration of psychosocial support programs into the public education sector (Lebanon).
- Essence of Learning: A combination of pedagogical and psychosocial components that are oriented towards the development of the child (Switzerland, Gaza, Palestine).
- Teachers for Teachers: Strengthening teacher professional development in crisis/conflict and supporting teachers to promote their own well-being and build their own social and emotional competencies (Kenya).
- PISOTÓN: Fostering the psycho-affective development of children through emotional education programs (Colombia)
3.2 Challenges and Solutions: What Have We Learned and What Resources are There?
The Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) – A rich network of resources for practitioners working with EiCC contexts.
Literature reviews and useful documents:
What Works in Education in Emergencies – a comprehensive review of the EiCC literature.
Reaching the Underserved: Complementary Models of Effective Schooling – Exploration of nine case examples of complementary, community-based approaches to schooling from around the world, and a research methodology for analyzing the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of those models.
3.3 Collaborating, Learning, Adapting (CLA)
Resource: CLA Cards
USAID Learning Lab – USAID’s public-facing website dedicated to CLA
ProgramNet – Internal website accessible to staff and hosts information and guidance related to CLA within the USAID Program Cycle
Video of CLA – This video, based on winner of a CLA case competition, highlights CLA in action through the Conservation Enterprises Cross-Mission Learning Program launched in 2015 by USAID/E3 Forestry and Biodiversity Office (FAB)
3.4 Conflict Sensitive M&E
3.5 Flexible Acquisitions and Assistance
4.2 Field Visit
INEE’s Conflict Sensitive Education Reflection Tool – a resource for assessing conflict sensitivity in education programming.
4.3 PMEP Review
5.1 Bringing it Together: Key Elements, conflict sensitivity, M&E