Prioritising Learning and Support Sector Integration in Emergencies

Prioritising Learning and Support Sector Integration in Emergencies

23 October 2015

This paper examines how lessons learned from the Ebola Virus Disease response at large have the potential to direct and support the sustainable integrated recovery.

All aspects of the initial response to the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) in Sierra Leone in 2014/15 were slow and disjointed; mirroring the existing lack of coordination and disconnect in the Sierra Leonean development context. This gave rise to isolated interventions that did not capitalise on cross learning opportunities; causing confusion, duplication and substantial oversights, particularly in the area of education. 

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Prioritising Learning and Support Sector Integration in Emergencies

This paper discusses how the education sector adapted to an emergency setting.
  • Prioritising learning and support sector integration in emergencies