Preparedness, institutional gender capacity, and risk assessment underpin the five key steps of the EiE programme cycle. This section provides guidance and tools for these elements of gender-responsive EiE programming.
Section 8 contains the following tools:
8.1 Gender in EiE preparedness: Coordination and information management
This tool identifies key coordination actions to promote gender equality in education in emergencies.
8.2 Gender in EiE Preparedness: Institutional EiE gender capacity – Part 1 Personnel and Part 2: Capacity analysis
Part 1 - Personnel: This tool provides key information to understand the minimum and ‘gold standard’ EiE programming roles and responsibilities related to gender for EiE personnel based on crisis type.
Part 2 – Capacity Analysis: This tool provides an understanding of why and how to assess the gender-responsive technical capacity and competencies required of EiE programme managers and education personnel, to ensure EiE initiatives are designed, planned, and implemented within an institution and across partners in a gender-responsive manner.
8.3 Gender in EiE preparedness: Risk assessment
This tool provides approaches to understand how to assess risk regarding gender and education in emergencies.