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Improving learning environments in emergencies through community participation

An education in emergencies toolkit developed by Save the Children looks at how learning environments can be improved through community participation. Piloting the project in Syria and Uganda has also shed light on some of the tensions and contradictions that underlie education provision in humanitarian settings.

Title: Improving learning environments in emergencies through community participation
Author: Bali, Zeina
Year: 2019
Periodical: Forced Migration Review
Issue: 60
Period: March
Pages: 71-74
Language: English
Geographic terms: Uganda
Syria
External link: https://www.fmreview.org/sites/fmr/files/FMRdownloads/en/education-displacement/bali.pdf
Abstract: An education in emergencies toolkit developed by Save the Children looks at how learning environments can be improved through community participation. Piloting the project in Syria and Uganda has also shed light on some of the tensions and contradictions that underlie education provision in humanitarian settings.

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