INEE have launched a new policy brief this month on “Opportunities and Challenges for Disability-Inclusive Early Childhood Development in Emergencies’.
The brief advocates for and highlights the benefits of disability-inclusive early childhood development in emergencies (ECDiE). It recognises the importance of early intervention in childhood development, and explores the barriers due to which young children with disabilities remain under-served in humanitarian settings. The brief highlights tools, frameworks, and promising practices to support disability-inclusive ECDiE, and offers recommendations for governments, donors, and programmers to bridge the gaps in the programming and delivery of ECDiE.
INEE specifically thanks the author of this brief, Juliette Myers for her collaborative, iterative, and thoughtful approach to developing the resource. We are proud to say Juliette is a close friend of EENET’s.
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