Key tools to improve education in emergencies

UNICEF and partners today announced minimum standards for education to help the 25 million children in countries and territories affected by conflict who are currently missing out on their right to primary education.

“The Minimum Standards for Education: Preparedness, Response and Recovery” updates a highly successful handbook that was translated into 23 languages and used in more than 80 countries by education and development professionals during emergencies.

“UNICEF’s experience in emergencies shows that one of the best things for children is to get them back in school,” said Ellen van Kalmthout, Senior Education Specialist of UNICEF. “This handbook is an important tool to help government officials, international aid workers and other partners react when emergencies strike, schools are damaged and destroyed, and children’s education is at risk.”

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