Evidence for Education in Emergencies: E-Cubed

E-Cubed aims to strengthen the evidence base as to what works in Education in Emergencies (EiE), by supporting rigorous, contextually-relevant research, and disseminating global public goods.

2019 Call for Proposals NOW LIVE. Proposals will be accepted May 15 – July 15, 2019, 11:59pm EST.

Dubai Cares partnered with INEE in 2017 to design and manage this research envelope. INEE coordinates the proposal submission and review processes, while Dubai Cares makes final funding decisions. For more information please see E-Cubed Frequently Asked Questions.

In 2016 it was estimated that more than 75 million children were in dire need of educational support in crisis-affected contexts. The overwhelming benefits of education to individuals, families, and societies in crisis-affected contexts has gained global recognition, yet the needs have grown and have become more critical. The intensification of violence in armed conflicts, expanding displacement, and increasing natural disasters, all place pressure on the international humanitarian community who are faced with substantial shortfalls in funding across all sectors.

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