Information, coordination, and financing: Does the Education Response Plan for Refugees and Host Communities make a difference?

Information, coordination, and financing: Does the Education Response Plan for Refugees and Host Communities make a difference?

The Education Response Plan for Refugee and Host Communities in Uganda (ERP) is a 3.5 year plan designed to ensure that individuals aged three to 24 from refugee and host communities are able to access sustained quality learning opportunities. This report presents the analysis and findings from Phase 1 of the Maintains education research in Uganda. The research focuses on whether the ERP improves the capacity of the Government of Uganda to provide quality education services to refugees and host communities in response to a man-made shock – in this case the refugee influx.

Full title: Information, coordination, and financing: Does the Education Response Plan for Refugees and Host Communities make a difference?
Published by: Maintains
Country: Uganda
Sector: Education
Type of resource: Research Report
Date produced: November 2020
File type: PDF

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