The good practices contained within these Guidance Notes are designed to help governments, non-governmental organisations and other education stakeholders plan and implement high quality education programmes. Too often in the wake of mass violence, inter-group conflicts, or natural disasters, education, and in particular quality, relevant education, is neglected and not integrated into a holistic humanitarian response. Recognising that quality education can contribute positively to human security and development across all stages of risk management—from crisis response to recovery, from development to prevention and preparedness—is essential. The Guidance Notes particularly focuses on curricula; training, professional development, and support; instruction and the learning process; and assessment of learning outcomes.
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