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  • Framework for Reopening Schools (Arabic)

    A knowledge resource selected by UNICEF for humanitarian practitioners everywhere Framework for Reopening Schools (Arabic) The guidelines aim to inform the decision-making process regarding school reopening, support national preparations and guide the implementation process, as part of overall public health and education planning processes. The guidelines outline six key priorities to assess the readiness of those schools and inform planning.

  • Questionnaire for students on schools reopening

    A knowledge resource selected by UNICEF for humanitarian practitioners everywhere Questionnaire for students on schools reopening UNICEF ECARO developed a set of questionnaires to help country offices (COs)/Governments in gaining a better understanding of parents, students, and teachers’ information and views in relation to COVID-19, and their attitudes towards schools re-opening. The questionnaires are generic, needs to be revised, adopted, and tested by COs/Governments to suit the local context of COVID-19 and schools re-opening situation in the country. Attitudes towards schools re-opening 3.

  • Framework for Reopening Schools (June 2020)

    A knowledge resource selected by UNICEF for humanitarian practitioners everywhere Framework for Reopening Schools (June 2020) The guidelines aim to inform the decision-making process regarding school reopening, support national preparations and guide the implementation process, as part of overall public health and education planning processes. The guidelines outline six key priorities to assess the readiness of those schools and inform planning.

  • Framework for Reopening Schools - June 2020 (French)

    A knowledge resource selected by UNICEF for humanitarian practitioners everywhere Framework for Reopening Schools - June 2020 (French) The guidelines aim to inform the decision-making process regarding school reopening, support national preparations and guide the implementation process, as part of overall public health and education planning processes. The guidelines outline six key priorities to assess the readiness of those schools and inform planning.

  • Questionnaire for parents on school reopening

    A knowledge resource selected by UNICEF for humanitarian practitioners everywhere Questionnaire for parents on school reopening UNICEF ECARO developed a set of questionnaires to help country offices (COs)/Governments in gaining a better understanding of parents, students, and teachers’ information and views in relation to COVID-19, and their attitudes towards schools re-opening. The questionnaires are generic, needs to be revised, adopted, and tested by COs/Governments to suit the local context of COVID-19 and schools re-opening situation in the country. Attitudes towards schools re-opening 3.

  • Education COVID-19 Case Study: Madagascar – Opening schools up better

    A knowledge resource selected by UNICEF for humanitarian practitioners everywhere Education COVID-19 Case Study: Madagascar – Opening schools up better UNICEF COVID-19 Case Study Madagascar – Opening schools up better (19 August 2020) Source UNICEF Area of Work Education Type Case Study / Field Notes Language Year Published Last Checked Region English 2020 19/08/2020 DD/MM/YYYY Eastern and Southern Africa Open

  • Education COVID-19 Case Study: South Africa – Opening schools up better by expanding access to digital learning

    A knowledge resource selected by UNICEF for humanitarian practitioners everywhere Education COVID-19 Case Study: South Africa – Opening schools up better by expanding access to digital learning UNICEF Education COVID-19 Case Study South Africa – Opening schools up better by expanding access to digital learning (October 2020) Source UNICEF Area of Work Education Type Case Study / Field Notes Language Year Published Last Checked Region English 2020 2/10/20 DD/MM/YYYY Eastern and Southern Africa Open

  • Education COVID-19 Case Study: Uruguay – Long-term investments in digital learning helps schools open up better

    A knowledge resource selected by UNICEF for humanitarian practitioners everywhere Education COVID-19 Case Study: Uruguay – Long-term investments in digital learning helps schools open up better UNICEF Education COVID-19 Case Study: Uruguay – Long-term investments in digital learning helps schools open up better (October 2020) Source UNICEF Area of Work Education Type Case Study / Field Notes Language Year Published Last Checked Region English 2020 2/10/20 DD/MM/YYYY Latin Americas and Caribbean Open

  • Education COVID-19 Case Study: Côte d’Ivoire – Opening schools up better (July 2020)

    A knowledge resource selected by UNICEF for humanitarian practitioners everywhere Education COVID-19 Case Study: Côte d’Ivoire – Opening schools up better (July 2020) UNICEF COVID-19 Case Study Côte d’Ivoire – Opening schools up better Source UNICEF Area of Work Education Type Case Study / Field Notes Language Year Published Last Checked Region English 2020 29/07/2020 DD/MM/YYYY West and Central Africa Open

  • Mitigating the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on food and nutrition of school-children

    A knowledge resource selected by UNICEF for humanitarian practitioners everywhere Mitigating the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on food and nutrition of school-children Specific recommendations are provided according to the various target groups involved in school feeding. An additional section is focused on the case of homegrown school feeding.

  • COVID-19 Case Study: China – Supporting the school reopening for 241 million children

    A knowledge resource selected by UNICEF for humanitarian practitioners everywhere COVID-19 Case Study: China – Supporting the school reopening for 241 million children Education COVID-19 Case Study China – Supporting the school reopening for 241 million children (August 2020) Source UNICEF Area of Work Education Type Case Study / Field Notes Language Year Published Last Checked Region English 2020 3/9/20 DD/MM/YYYY East Asia and Pacific Open

  • Education COVID-19 Case Study: Mongolia – Remediation of learning after school reopening

    A knowledge resource selected by UNICEF for humanitarian practitioners everywhere Education COVID-19 Case Study: Mongolia – Remediation of learning after school reopening Education COVID-19 Case Study: Mongolia – Remediation of learning after school reopening (January 2021) Source UNICEF Area of Work Education Type Case Study / Field Notes Language Year Published Last Checked Region English 2021 7/01/2021 DD/MM/YYYY East Asia and Pacific Open

  • Guidance for Safe and Healthy Journeys to School: During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond (French)

    A knowledge resource selected by UNICEF for humanitarian practitioners everywhere Guidance for Safe and Healthy Journeys to School: During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond (French) Orientations pour des trajets scolaires sûrs pendant et après la pandémie de COVID-19 Les établissements scolaires rouvrent leurs portes, et il s’agit là d’une occasion unique de prendre des mesures pour assurer la sécurité des élèves dans les locaux mais aussi sur le trajet jusqu’à l’école.

  • Supporting children's well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic (27 April 2020)

    A knowledge resource selected by UNICEF for humanitarian practitioners everywhere Supporting children's well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic (27 April 2020) In response to the impact of COVID-19, the partnership between UNICEF and WFP on school health and nutrition is being scaled up. As of 20 April 2020, 1.6 billion learners in 199 countries -representing 91% of the total number of enrolled learners - have been directly affected by school closures. This does not only impact children’s’ ability to learn, but also their access to a range of health, nutrition and protection services offered in and through schools.

  • Parental Engagement in Children’s Learning: Insights for remote learning response during COVID-19

    Fifty-three per cent of children in low- and middle-income countries cannot read and understand a simple text by the end of primary school age. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, 191 countries have implemented countrywide school closures, affecting 1.6 billion learners worldwide. In India alone, 320 million students from pre-primary to tertiary level are affected by school closures. This is a significant burden, particularly for those who are also teleworking and those with limited schooling themselves.

  • It’s time for care, Prioritizing quality care for children - Challenges, opportunities and an agenda for action

    A knowledge resource selected by UNICEF for humanitarian practitioners everywhere It’s time for care, Prioritizing quality care for children - Challenges, opportunities and an agenda for action The COVID-19 pandemic has upended systems of support, including schools and childcare, shining a spotlight on the importance of quality care for children and those who provide it – the invisible backbone holding up strong and resilient families, communities, and economies.

  • Lives Upended: How COVID-19 threatens the futures of 600 million South Asian children

    Addressing the wide scale need for water supply, toilets and hygiene services in schools and health care facilities.

  • The water, sanitation and hygiene sector and its response to COVID-19- Initiatives in Latin America and the Caribbean

    One of the responses that all governments must therefore provide is to guarantee continuous access to a minimum volume of drinking Water, basic Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) for all people; in particular, for workers and users of health and nutrition facilities, schools, public places (markets, transport hubs, etc.), and people living outside a home.

  • Toxic Stress in Early Childhood

    A knowledge resource selected by UNICEF for humanitarian practitioners everywhere Toxic Stress in Early Childhood Toxic Stress – This video follows the experiences of a school-aged child who was impacted by traumatic events (conflict) in infancy.

  • UNICEF Adolescent Kit for Expression and Innovation Adapted Resource Package for COVID-19

    Adolescent Kit for Expression and Innovation Adapted Resource Package for COVID-19 While schools and other institutions are planning phased openings soon, disruptions are likely to continue for some time to come, emphasizing the need for remote learning and expression opportunities for adolescents.

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