Save the Children International
Preparedness is essential to respond more efficiently and effectively in times of crisis, to ensure children’s learning continuity, enable their protection, wellbeing, and safety, and to support access to other lifesaving services through learning spaces, such as provision of food, clean water, and health information.
Save the Children has developed the Education in Emergencies (EiE) Day 1 approach to increase the speed and quality of initial EiE responses, aiming to strengthen EiE preparedness on the technical level while complementing the existing the Country Emergency Preparedness Planning process. The EiE Day 1 approach guides Save the Children and partners to identify and implement key anticipatory actions to better prepare to respond to children’s learning and wellbeing needs for the first day of a humanitarian crisis.
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