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What is USAID ECCN reading?

Last month USAID ECCN introduced a new series titled, "What is USAID ECCN reading?" Through this series we will regularly distribute a list of meaningful news articles, books, reports, and other documents, including multimedia, relevant to those working in Education in Crisis and Conflict (EiCC) contexts. 

We encourage you to participate! If you would like to contribute to the "What is USAID ECCN Reading?" series please email us at usaideccn@edc.org with your contributions. Include in the email a link to the document with a 1-2 sentence description, your name, organization, and image. The image is optional.

Gwen Heaner
Research Manager

Plan UK's final report on a child-led evaluation in Kenya provides an interesting methodology to understand issues children face related to staying in school, safety, and achievement. 


 
Amy Deal
Program Assistant


UNICEF recently published their "Humanitarian Action for Children 2016" report which reviews work done in 2015 and work planned for 2016. Special attention is also give to crisis-affected children. 
Nina Papadopoulos
USAID Team Leader

"Curriculum development in fragile states to encourage peace and reduction of conflict" research report by Ruth Naylor of CfBT Education Trust, is an important piece of work for those developing curriculum in fragile contexts. 
 
Shai Fuxman
Protocols and Metrics Specialist

"Evaluation for equitable development results" - This publication aims to stimulate the international debate on how the evaluation function can contribute to achieving equitable development results by conceptualizing, designing, implementing and using evaluations focused on human rights and equity.  
Ash Hartwell 
M&E Specialist

By the end of the century there will be an additional 4-11 billion people on the planet. To survive we will have to radically change our ways. Paul Hanley's Eleven is a must read on this topic. 


 
Another Kind of Girl
Documentary Film


In this short documentary, a 17-year-old Syrian films an intimate portrait of life in her refugee camp. Even if you don't view the whole thing, watching 5 minutes (fast forward to the middle) offers more than words alone can capture about the fragile hopes and courage of a young female refugee. 
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