Strengthening Education Management Systems and Data for Increased Resilience to Crisis: South Sudan Case Study

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This case study focuses on the education data collection, analysis, and management processes in South Sudan. In particular, it is intended to outline gaps, challenges and potential remedial actions in this regard. The case study covers and examines approaches applied by the humanitarian community, development partners and national authorities. It is part of a series of studies commissioned in six countries to examine data collection, analysis and management in the context of the education response. The case studies are part of a UNESCO and NORCAP initiative that received funding from ECW and SIDA.

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