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INEE MS ContextualizationJuba, South Sudan6-8 March, 2012

Workshop Objectives:1. Refresh knowledge about the INEE Minimum Standards for Education2. Contextualize the INEE Minimum Standards for South Sudan3. Draft the INEE Minimum Standards for Education in Emergencies for South Sudan

learning objectives
Learning Objectives

At the end of this session, participants will:

  • Describe the workshop’s definition of education in emergencies in South Sudan
  • Articulate the difference between development and emergency response in South Sudan
  • Advocate for education as critical in humanitarian response

INEE and Global Education Cluster

definition of education in emergencies
Definition of Education in Emergencies

“The provision of quality education opportunities* that meet the physical protection*, psychosocial*, developmental and cognitive needs* of people affected by emergencies, which can be both life-sustaining and life-saving”

education response emergency vs development
Education ResponseEmergency vs. Development

Education in Emergencies

Humanitarian response

Acute crisis

Specific target population

Temporary learning spaces

Rapid supply disbursement

Rapid teacher/volunteer training

Short term contracts

Life saving messages

Psychosocial support

Education in Development

Development response

Long-term deprivations

Broad target population

Permanent schools

Infrastructure strengthening

Teacher recruitment systems

Long term contracts

Regular complete curriculum

Less psychosocial support

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(5 minutes) Discuss with your neighbor:1. What kind of emergencies exist in South Sudan? 2. Where has emergency education been provided?
what does it look like when we do not respond with education in an emergency
What does it look like when we do NOT respond with education in an emergency?
  • Internally displaced in north Sudan

Education was not prioritized for funding

  • Current insecurity in South Sudan

Agencies do not mainstream education in emergenciesin development programmes/proposals

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what would a child say about her experience in emergency without education
I was forced to leave my village or town

My home was destroyed

I was separated from my family

A member of my family was injured during the emergency

I had no safe space to go

I had no information about my new surroundings

I had no friends to share my troubles with

I did not know what each new day would bring

I could not attend local schools

I could not take my final exam

What would a child say about her experience in emergency without education?
what it looks like when we do respond with education in an emergency
What it looks like when we do respond with education in an emergency.
  • In Pibor 2012, Rapid Response: Assessment within 2 weeks, response within 3 weeks
  • Establishment of TLS, distribution of supplies (training of teachers on PSS planned for March)
  • Facilitated examinations to ensure continuity of education for affected students

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education in emergency r esponse in pibor south sudan 2012
Education in Emergency Response in Pibor, South Sudan 2012
  • Facilitated reopening of formal schooling through community awareness campaign
  • Advocated at county and national levels to ensure IDPs and troops were not occupying schools
  • Inter-Sectoral Action: Strong collaboration with Child Protection and WASH Clusters

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education is an important emergency first response because education
Education is an important emergency first response because education:
  • Is a fundamental right to all and in emergencies children and other learners are often denied this right
  • Is critical for healthy development
  • Can help children and youth deal with the effects of crisissituations
  • Can help create a sense of normalcyfor children and communities
  • Is critical to provide protection in a safe environment and provide life saving and sustaining skills and support
  • Is an important means of promoting toleranceand conflict resolution
  • Is critical for economic recoveryand socialreconstruction

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education is an important first response because education
Education is an important first responsebecause education:
  • Can engender democratic participationand respect for rights
  • Is what children and parents prioritise
  • Is a platform for providing life saving knowledgeand skills(landmines, cholera, gender violence, trafficking)
  • Reduces maternal and child mortality
  • Can identify and reach children with special needs
  • Can provide nutrition
  • Provides an opportunity to get out-of-school children enrolled
  • Can support livelihoods and income generation activities

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five ss of education in emergency

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Five Ss of Education in Emergency

Safe space in context of crisis

Service delivery point

Source of lifesaving information

Structure, stability, hope

Solve problems through critical thinking and informed decisions

Ckoons for INEE and Global Education Cluster

group exercise emergency vs development
Group Exercise: Emergency vs. Development

Find the signs “development” or “emergency” posted on the wall

Listen to the situation that is read by the facilitator.

Think if the situation is development or emergency.

Go to that corner of the room.

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group exercise advocacy message for education in emergencies
Group Exercise: Advocacy Message for Education in Emergencies
  • Watch the video “Education Can’t Wait”
  • Think about the key advocacy messages that are being presented
  • Write down all the messages you observe about the importance for education in emergencies

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conclusion
Conclusion
  • Education in Emergencies is distinct from education in development
  • Multiple contexts of emergency exist in South Sudan, some have received education response, others have not
  • There are negative consequences for children when education is not provided during an emergency
  • Education in Emergency is important for many reasons, including the 5s