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Activities Spotlight

USAID ECCN Senior Researcher, Marc Sommers, hosted a consultation in May for research on ALP/AEPs that he will be conducting this year in the DRC. Review the preliminary research design here
 

The first Steering Group meeting will be hosted in Washington, DC from June 23 to June 24, 2015. 
 

Gwen Heaner, USAID ECCN Research Manager, plans to host a consultation on Safe Learning Environments in late July. School safety specialists and others working in the field will be encouraged to attend. Stay tuned for more details!
 

USAID ECCN Steering Group Members Announced 

USAID ECCN is pleased to announce that the following individuals have been selected to form the USAID ECCN Steering Group:

Kakali "Koli" Banik - USAID
Christine Beggs - USAID
Chris Capacci Cameal - USAID
Jane Namadi - USAID
Nina Papadopoulos - USAID
Jane Wood - Creative Associates
Joel Schlesinger - Social Impact
Susan Ross - Education Development Center, Inc.
Karen Scriven - Mercy Corps
Saji Prelis - Search for Common Ground
Amy Kapit - NYU ALSE
Lincoln Ajoku - Concern Worldwide
Mary Mendenhall - Columbia Teacher's College
Elizabeth Wilson - FHI 360
Jim Rogan and Cornelia Janke - USAID ECCN Support Team

We look forward to working with this group in the coming year! More details on the USAID ECCN Steering Group members can be found by clicking on here

USAID ECCN Summary of Activities, 2014-2015

Are you curious about what the support team has been working on? Below is a list of the USAID ECCN objectives:

Objective 1: Develop and Support the Education in Crisis and Conflict Community of Practice
Objective 2: Build and Disseminate Evidence for the Field
Objective 3: Test, Disseminate and Use Guidance, Tools, Metrics, and Theories of Change
Objective 4: Apply tools in Crisis and Conflict
Objective 5: Develop, Implement and Assess Training

Click here to find out about the support team's year one activities. 

Do you have a particular interest in any one of these objectives? If so, check out the USAID ECCN Knowledge Share Groups (KSGs)! These special interest groups are open to all and offer ways to go deep. More information about our KSGs is available here. If you are interested in joining a KSG, please email USAIDECCN@edc.org or the facilitator directly.  
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