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Technical cooperation

IIEP supports Ministries of Education, including in countries in emergencies and reconstruction, to design and implement their education sector plans through long-term technical involvement or more focused interventions.

IIEP has a team of experts  who are highly qualified in strategic planning for education , in particular in the developing world, including in countries affected by crises, such as conflicts and/or disasters. They are responsible for providing technical support to UNESCO Member States to address specific needs in educational planning and management. Cooperation may take place in many forms, including long-term support programmes on strategic planning, supporting national training centres or institutes, the development of tools such as an Education Management Information System (EMIS) or a simulation model, expert missions to organize specific training courses, and implementing short customized projects.

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