INEE Minimum Standards
Contextualised Standards



  Contextualized INEE Minimum Standards: Bangladesh
INEE - 2015
The INEE Minimum Standards are generic in order to be applicable to a broad range of contexts. They are meant to serve as a guideline to practitioners and policy makers to establish quality education programming in emergencies through to recovery. The Minimum Standards are most effective when they are contextualised to each individual setting. The following is a sample of contextualised INEE Minimum Standards from Bangladesh in 2015.

 Bangla 
Contextualized INEE Minimum Standards: Bangladesh-BANGLA

INEE - 2015

  Contextualized INEE Minimum Standards: Jordan
INEE - 2015
The INEE Minimum Standards are generic in order to be applicable to a broad range of contexts. They are meant to serve as a guideline to practitioners and policy makers to establish quality education programming in emergencies through to recovery. The Minimum Standards are most effective when they are contextualized to each individual setting. The following is a sample of contextualized INEE Minimum Standards from Jordan in 2015.

 Arabic 
Contextualized INEE Minimum Standards: Jordan-ARABIC

INEE - 2015

  Sample INEE Contextualization Workshop Materials
INEE - 2015
This workshop package was delivered in Erbil, Kurdistan Region, Iraq in April 2015 for education stakeholders from across Iraq. The package includes two days regarding introduction to education in emergency and three days regarding the INEE Minimum Standards contextualization process. The materials include Power Points, handouts, and exercises, all in three languages: Arabic, Kurdish and English. For more information, please contact minimumstandards@ineesite.org.


 Arabic  |  English  |  Kurdish 
Sample INEE Contextualization Workshop Materials Arabic

INEE - 2015
Sample INEE Contextualization Workshop Materials English

INEE - 2015
Sample INEE Contextualization Workshop Materials Kurdish

INEE - 2015

  Contextualized INEE Minimum Standards: Lebanon
INEE - 2014
The INEE Minimum Standards are generic in order to be applicable to a broad range of contexts. They are meant to serve as a guideline to practitioners and policy makers to establish quality education programming in emergencies through to recovery. The Minimum Standards are most effective when they are contextualized to each individual setting. The following is a sample of contextualized INEE Minimum Standards from Lebanon in 2014.

 Arabic 
Contextualized INEE Minimum Standards: Lebanon-ARABIC

INEE - 2014

   Contextualizing Global Standards to Local Settings: Challenges and Lessons Learned
INEE - 2013
This paper reflects on challenges and lessons learned from the contextualization of the INEE Minimum Standards, the only global tool that articulates the minimum level of educational access and quality in emergencies through to recovery and development. Contextualizations have taken place in eight countries/territories to date: Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Lebanon, Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT), Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Somalia, and South Sudan.

  Contextualisation Package
INEE - 2013
If you are planning to undergo a contextualisation process, please refer to the following tools in the Contextualisation Package for guidance through the process.

 Arabic  |  French  |  Spanish 
Contextualisation Package

INEE - 2015
If you are planning to undergo a contextualisation process, please refer to the following tools in the Contextualisation Package for guidance through the process. The following tools in this package are available in English, French and Spanish: the Contextualization Template and Sample Logframe.
Contextualisation Package

INEE - 2015
If you are planning to undergo a contextualisation process, please refer to the following tools in the Contextualisation Package for guidance through the process. The following tools in this package are available in English, Arabic and Spanish: the Contextualization Template and Sample Logframe.
Contextualisation Package

INEE and the International Rescue Committee - 2013
If you are planning to undergo a contextualisation process, please refer to the following tools in the Contextualisation Package for guidance through the process. The following tools in this package are available in English, Arabic and French: the Contextualization Template and Sample Logframe.

  Contextualised INEE Minimum Standards: Afghanistan
INEE and Community Based Education Forum in Afghanistan. - 2008
The INEE Minimum Standards are generic in order to be applicable to a broad range of contexts. They are meant to serve as a guideline to practitioners and policy makers to establish quality education programming in emergencies through to recovery. The Minimum Standards are most effective when they are contextualised to each individual setting. The following is a sample of contextualised INEE Minimum Standards from Afghanistan in 2008.

  Contextualised INEE Minimum Standards: Ethiopia
INEE and Ethiopia Education Cluster - 2013
The INEE Minimum Standards are generic in order to be applicable to a broad range of contexts. They are meant to serve as a guideline to practitioners and policy makers to establish quality education programming in emergencies through to recovery. The Minimum Standards are most effective when they are contextualised to each individual setting. The following is a sample of contextualised INEE Minimum Standards from Ethiopia in 2013.

  Contextualised INEE Minimum Standards: Sri Lanka
INEE and Sri Lanka Education Working Group - 2013
The INEE Minimum Standards are generic in order to be applicable to a broad range of contexts. They are meant to serve as a guideline to practitioners and policy makers to establish quality education programming in emergencies through to recovery. The Minimum Standards are most effective when they are contextualised to each individual setting. The following is a sample of contextualised INEE Minimum Standards from Sri Lanka in 2013.

  Contextualised INEE Minimum Standards: occupied Palestinian territory
INEE and the occupied Palestinian territory Education Cluster - 2013
The INEE Minimum Standards are generic in order to be applicable to a broad range of contexts. They are meant to serve as a guideline to practitioners and policy makers to establish quality education programming in emergencies through to recovery. The Minimum Standards are most effective when they are contextualised to each individual setting. The following is a sample of contextualised INEE Minimum Standards from occupied Palestinian territory in 2013.

 Arabic 
Contextualised INEE Minimum Standards: occupied Palestinian territory

INEE and the occupied Palestinian territory Education Cluster - 2014
The INEE Minimum Standards are generic in order to be applicable to a broad range of contexts. They are meant to serve as a guideline to practitioners and policy makers to establish quality education programming in emergencies through to recovery. The Minimum Standards are most effective when they are contextualised to each individual setting. The following is a sample of contextualised INEE Minimum Standards from occupied Palestinian territory in 2013.

  Contextualised INEE Minimum Standards: Somalia
INEE and the Somalia Education Cluster - 2011
The INEE Minimum Standards are generic in order to be applicable to a broad range of contexts. They are meant to serve as a guideline to practitioners and policy makers to establish quality education programming in emergencies through to recovery. The Minimum Standards are most effective when they are contextualised to each individual setting. The following is a sample of contextualised INEE Minimum Standards from Somalia in 2011.

  Contextualised INEE Minimum Standards: South Sudan
INEE and the South Sudan Education Cluster - 2012
The INEE Minimum Standards are generic in order to be applicable to a broad range of contexts. They are meant to serve as a guideline to practitioners and policy makers to establish quality education programming in emergencies through to recovery. The Minimum Standards are most effective when they are contextualised to each individual setting. The following is a sample of contextualised INEE Minimum Standards from South Sudan in 2012.

  Contextualised INEE Minimum Standards: Vietnam
INEE Secretariat, Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Technology, and UNESCO-Vietnam - 2011
The INEE Minimum Standards are generic in order to be applicable to a broad range of contexts. They are meant to serve as a guideline to practitioners and policy makers to establish quality education programming in emergencies through to recovery. The Minimum Standards are most effective when they are contextualised to each individual setting. The following is a sample of contextualised INEE Minimum Standards from Vietnam in 2011.

  Contextualised INEE Minimum Standards: Afghanistan
INEE, CARE Afghanistan and the Afghanistan Education Cluster - 2011
The INEE Minimum Standards are generic in order to be applicable to a broad range of contexts. They are meant to serve as a guideline to practitioners and policy makers to establish quality education programming in emergencies through to recovery. The Minimum Standards are most effective when they are contextualised to each individual setting. The following is a sample of contextualised INEE Minimum Standards from Afghanistan in 2011.

 Dari  |  Pashto 
Contextualised INEE Minimum Standards: Afghanistan

INEE, CARE Afghanistan and the Afghanistan Education Cluster - 2011
The INEE Minimum Standards are generic in order to be applicable to a broad range of contexts. They are meant to serve as a guideline to practitioners and policy makers to establish quality education programming in emergencies through to recovery. The Minimum Standards are most effective when they are contextualised to each individual setting. The following is a sample of contextualised INEE Minimum Standards from Afghanistan in 2011.
Contextualised INEE Minimum Standards: Afghanistan

INEE, CARE Afghanistan and the Afghanistan Education Cluster - 2011
The INEE Minimum Standards are generic in order to be applicable to a broad range of contexts. They are meant to serve as a guideline to practitioners and policy makers to establish quality education programming in emergencies through to recovery. The Minimum Standards are most effective when they are contextualised to each individual setting. The following is a sample of contextualised INEE Minimum Standards from Afghanistan in 2011.

  Contextualised INEE Minimum Standards: Democratic Republic of Congo - North Kivu
Save the Children, the DRC Ministry of Education, Education Cluster and INEE - 2016
The INEE Minimum Standards are generic in order to be applicable to a broad range of contexts. They are meant to serve as a guideline to practitioners and policy makers to establish quality education programming in emergencies through to recovery. The Minimum Standards are most effective when they are contextualised to each individual setting. The following is a sample of contextualised INEE Minimum Standards from the DRC - North Kivu in 2016.