How to: Facilitate capacity building, cross-learning and knowledge sharing

An important feature of DFID, UNHCR and UNICEF’s approach to managing the Humanitarian Education Accelerator (HEA) is how much energy has been put into creating a collaborative environment for innovators — something identified by ALNAP’s Alice Obrecht as a key factor for success in ALNAP research — in order to support peer-learning, knowledge sharing and…



Insights from the Humanitarian Education Accelerator (HEA) — a programme led by UNHCR, designed to generate evidence, build evaluation capacity and guide effective scaling of promising education innovations that support children in emergencies & protracted crises.

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Humanitarian Education Accelerator

Education Cannot Wait-funded programme, led by UNHCR, generating evidence, building evaluation capacity and guiding effective scaling of education innovations.