Published 2002 by UNESCO, International Institute for Educational Planning in Paris .
Written in EnglishRead online
Bibliography: p. 133-140.
|Series||Fundamentals of educational planning ;, 73|
|Contributions||International Institute for Educational Planning.|
|LC Classifications||LB5 .F85 2002 no. 73, LC71.2 .F85 2002 no. 73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||140 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||140|
|LC Control Number||2003380450|
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Planning Education in and After Emergencies [Sinclair, Margaret] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Planning Education in and After EmergenciesCited by: An issue causing debate in the area of educational planning is the question of how and why education should be adapted in situations of emergency, crisis, or disaster.
This book contends that education is paramount in such circumstances. Using examples of recent events and real-life testimonies, the book highlights the needs of crisis-stricken by: 5. Education sector planning is a technical, political, and participatory process which should be led by government, Planning education in and after emergencies book the Ministry of Education (MoE).
The first step of the process is to conduct an education sector analysis (ESA) in order to highlight the main challenges and opportunities for the education sector. Education in emergencies is a critical, life-saving response that works to protect children in conflict and natural disasters, and preserve their right to education.
World Vision’s education programmes in emergencies respond to the needs of children, parents, communities and education officials. Prior to a disaster, we work with schools and families to strengthen community based protection. Education in emergencies Conflicts, disasters caused by natural hazards and pandemics keep millions of children out of school and the numbers are rising.
In crisis-affected countries, school-age children are more than twice as likely to be out of school as their peers in other countries.
Education in the case of emergencies such as conflicts can help students in various ways. Sinclair () summarized some critical points about the importance of education in emergencies.
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