We will continue to work to ensure the right to a quality, safe, and relevant education for all who live in emergency and crisis contexts.

INEE - Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies

Globally dispersed, United States of America
Network or association
Established : 2000
Education and COVID-19 Response


Support the equitable continuation of learning
During the COVID-19 pandemic
Ensure a full and fair return to education
Following the pandemic
Strengthen learning systems
For the future
Strengthen gender equality in and through education

INEE manages a Reference Group on Girls’ Education in Emergencies, which serves to elevate women’s and girls’ education in emergencies and improve linkages between humanitarian assistance and development cooperation around the provision of quality, safe, and gender-responsive education, and advocate for accountability and transparency in commitments to women’s and girls’ EiE.

Regional Focus


Countries of Interest

United States of America


The Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) exists to ensure the right to a quality, safe, and relevant education for all who live in emergency and crisis contexts through prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery.

INEE is an open, global network of members working together within a humanitarian and development frameworks.

INEE serves its members through several key functions: community building, convening, knowledge management, amplifying and advocating, facilitating and learning, and providing. INEE is shaped by these functions; all of its work can be classified by one or more of these functions.

Action areas

Learner Wellbeing

Learning opportunities
Social and emotional support

Digital Learning Content

Establish and expand repositories of learning resources
Build or strengthen learning platforms
Create or enable access to teacher training resources

Capacity Development

Capacity development to strengthen system resilience and response to future shocks

Advocacy and Communication

Outreach to parents and communities on the right to education
Evaluate the effectiveness of distance learning strategies

Primary Contact

Ms. Kate Moriarty

Senior Advisor, Strategic Engagement & Dialogue

Senior Contact

Mr. Dean Brooks