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Capacity development in planning for displaced populations - Ethiopia

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By Leonora MacEwen, Education programme specialist, IIEP-UNESCO, for CIES 2017.

More information: http://www.iiep.unesco.org/en/how-should-we-plan-education-settings-conflict-and-instability-cies2017-3890

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Capacity development in planning for displaced populations - Ethiopia

  1. 1. Capacity development in planning for displaced populations Leonora MacEwen Programme Specialist IIEP-UNESCO CIES, Atlanta, 2017
  2. 2. How to include refugees in education sector plans? Institutional capacities: Political will, MoE leadership, int. and nat. frameworks and mechanisms Organizational capacities: e.g. EiE Cluster, technical and financial WGs, partners Individual capacities: Technical skill in data analysis, ‘crisis-sensitive planning champions’ • Government-led • Participatory • Well-organized • Capacity development process →
  3. 3. Currently, no joint planning between refugee camps and host communities  ARRA and UNHCR plan in camps  MoE plans in host communities → Perceived and real inequities in the system
  4. 4. Capacity challenges in Ethiopia Institutional capacities: Reservations to 1951 Convention: access to education and the labor market Organizational capacities: plethora of partners with unclear ToRs: Cluster, ARRA, UNCHR, MoE Individual capacities: Limited technical skill in planning, particularly at woreda levels
  5. 5. Capacity development to plan education for refugees: Ethiopia Outcome 1: Strengthened capacity for crisis-sensitive educational planning at Federal, Regional and Woreda levels in refugee affected regions Outcome 2: Integrated and coordinated approach utilized for the planning of refugee and host community education Outcome 3: Strengthened capacities for the management of education at Woreda and refugee camp levels by 2018
  6. 6. Capacity development to plan for refugees: Ethiopia Outcome 1: Strengthened capacity for crisis-sensitive educational planning at Federal level and Regional and Woreda levels in refugee affected regions 1. School Mapping tools and methodology for refugee affected regions reviewed and adapted 2. GIS data updated for host communities in refugee affected Woredas and collected in refugee schools 3. School Mapping data analysed for refugee camps and affected host community Woredas and data utilized in Woreda level crisis-sensitive planning processes
  7. 7. Capacity development to plan for refugees: Ethiopia Outcome 2: Integrated and coordinated approach utilized for the planning of refugee and host community education 1. Roles and responsibilities of different stakeholders involved in refugee education and host community education are formalized and understood by all 2. Planning tools from ARRA and MoE reviewed and harmonized to reflect refugee issues
  8. 8. Capacity development to plan for refugees: Ethiopia Outcome 3: Strengthened capacities for the management of education at Woreda and refugee camp levels by 2018 1. Harmonised set of school inspection tools developed 2. Harmonised approaches to school supervision developed
  9. 9. Next steps for IIEP’s work on planning education for displaced populations  Technical cooperation (Ethiopia)  Knowledge generation (Teacher management study)  Training (Global level training with partners)

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