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Catch Up on Three Recent ECCN Events

Resources, Skills and Capacities in Early Grade Reading in Afghanistan (Photo Credit: USAID)

1. Data Collection and M&E: What's Good Enough?
Collecting data and evaluating activities in conflict or crisis zones can be very challenging. ECCN collaborated with School-to-School International, Chemonics, and USAID to reflect on the best research design and how to adapt findings for stakeholders with different agendas.

Find a variety of resources dealing with assessment development and adaptation, enumerator recruitment and supervision, data collection, and the measurement expectations of funders, all on the event website. The webcast slides and a full recording are also available. You an still submit questions or comments to the presenters via this website.

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2. You Need to See These Innovative Uses of ICT in M&E
ECCN worked closely with the INEE Technology and Education in Crises Task Team for a joint webcast featuring innovative ways to use Information Communication Technologies (ICT) in monitoring and evaluating education programming for refugee populations. USAID's Senior Education Technology Specialist Tony Blum served as a discussant.

The recording and slides of the webcast as well as other resources on  ICT in education in crisis and conflict can be found on the ECCN ICT for EiCC website.

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3. Accelerated Education an Effective Strategy in EiCC
ECCN is glad to support the Accelerated Education Working Group (AEWG) in the development and launch of its newly revised guidance materials. A brief four-minute video on accelerated education can be found here; for all other resources visit the ECCN AEWG website.

If you missed the launch event, you can find the presentations by UNHCR's Ita Sheehy and USAID's Nina Papadopoulos on the ECCN website, view the recording featuring a panel of distinguished AEWG members and guests, and still submit questions and comments online. 

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