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New Blogs: Introducing USAID ECCN CIES Presentations

"Adapting and fine tuning education programs to these high risks contexts is crucial for program quality and sustainable results."

Are you a hazard?
by USAID ECCN's Education and Conflict Specialist, Jim Rogan, introduces the CIES session Lessons in Multi-Risk and Education Analysis for Crisis and Conflict-Affected Environments by challenging practitioners working in EiCC environments to consider risk in their interventions. 
 

Gwen Heaner, USAID ECCN Research Manager, and Elena Vinogradova, USAID ECCN Senior Researcher, teamed up to describe ongoing work with evidence gap maps in their blog, Mind the Gap: Using Evidence Gap Maps to Improve Education in Conflict and Crisis Programming and Research. The research team and colleagues will be discussing these useful tools in detail at a CIES session on March 10. 
 

USAID ECCN is hosting a reception at CIES! Space is limited, so please RSVP soon. This reception is for USAID ECCN members. If you are not a member and would like to become one, register for a free account here
 
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