Progress evaluation of the UNICEF education in emergencies and post-crisis transition programme (EEPCT)
The purpose of this evaluation was to identify and assess progress of the Education in Emergencies and Post-Crisis Transition (EEPCT) Programme and to enable systematic reflection towards improving programme results. The EEPCT Programme was examined at global, regional and country levels through quantitative and qualitative methods that combined comprehensive coverage with in-depth analysis. The EEPCT Programme began in 2006 as a four year (later extended to five), US $201 million dollar partnership between UNICEF and the Government of the Netherlands. The EEPCT Programme aims to “put education in emergency and post-crisis transition countries on a viable path of sustainable progress toward quality basic education for all.” EEPCT funds support UNICEF education programming in 39 countries and territories and are also used to advance the global agenda for education in crisis-affected contexts.