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ECCN’s Searchable Resource Repository now Live

This dynamic and interactive repository currently hosts 100 vetted resources pertaining to Education in Crisis and Conflict. We are constantly adding new resources and invite you to share your published and unpublished research papers, tools, instruments and other resources that would benefit the community. To submit a resource for the repository, simply email us at usaideccn@edc.org and a support team member will be in touch shortly. 

ECCN’s Analysis of Theories of Change in USAID Solicitations for EiCC

Now released is an Analysis of Theories of Change in USAID Solicitations for EiCC. ECCN conducted this study on USAID’s EiCC project designs through the lens of planned and emergent theories of change consistent with USAID’s new Guidance (ADS 201, 2016) and the Collaborating, Learning and Adapting (CLA) framework. The analysis and background information are now available on  the ECCN website.

ECCN’s DRC Research Report and Policy Brief

ECCN announces the publication of the research report: Alternative Education in DRC along with a policy issues brief: Accelerated Education for Out-of-School Children and Youth in the DRC

Visit the ECCN website for the report and brief alongside key findings and policy recommendations.

Meet the Authors of INEE’s Journal on Education in Emergencies First Edition

Watch four brief video webcast interviews with the authors of INEE’s Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE) first edition. Besides discussing their article, the authors share lessons learned, what they would do differently, and where they see a need for more research. Hot off the press is also the Journal’s 2nd Edition, which you can find here

The USAID ECCN Support Team wishes you a joyous and peaceful 2017.

Spotlight

ECCN is hiring! View details and the TOR for an M&E position on the ECCN Support Team.  

From the ECCN Bulletin Board

Register now for a CIES pre-conference workshop led by Margaret Sinclair on integrating Social and Emotional Learning content into formal EGR materials. Space is limited. 

Do you have work on refugee education that you would like to feature? View a call for book chapter proposals for a book on Refugee education here.  

Do you also have news to share? Post them on our USAID ECCN Bulletin Board and we’ll feature them here too.

You may also be interested in

USAID recently published a progress report on the 2011-2015 USAID Education Strategy. 

INEE requests expressions of interest from 2-3 Anchor Organizations that could support potential Conflict Sensitive Education trainings in 2017. More information and how to apply by January 13 can be found here

The article Towards a framework for preventing community violence among youth proposes a new conceptual framework for responding to community violence among youth. 

View the recap of the 'Role of Multi-Sectoral Partnerships in Ending School-Related Gender-Based Violence (SRGBV)' Twitter chat. 
 
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