As a vibrant community of practice, the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) serves its members through its core functions of community-building, convening, knowledge management, amplifying and advocating, facilitating and learning, and providing members with the resources and support they need to carry out their work.
A New Resource for Youth Programming in Emergency settings
Why & Who:
Mitigating Adverse Effects of Natural Disasters by Integrating Psychosocial Support into Nutrition Interventions.
Content for this message was developed by Vijaya Singh (UNICEF and ECD Focal Point for the IASC Education Cluster) and Mary Moran (ChildFund International) for the INEE Task Team on Early Childhood Development and the Consultative Group on Early Childhood Care and Development.
Minimum Standards Reference (Handbook page 47)
Category: Access & Learning Environment
Standard 3: Facilities
Education facilities are conducive to the physical well-being of learners.
Relevant Key indicators (to be read in conjunction with the guidance notes)
Basic health and hygiene are promoted in the learning environment.
Adequate sanitation facilities are provided, taking account of age, gender and special education needs and considerations, including access for persons with disabilities (see guidance note 3).
Guidance note 3.
Sanitation facilities should …