Percentage of emergency affected children and youth (5-18 yrs old) attending learning spaces/schools in affected areas.

Percentage of emergency affected children and youth (5-18 yrs old) attending learning spaces/schools in affected areas.

This indicator provides information on children and Youth attending schooling - Gives number of children with access to education. Note that target % will depend on pre-crises enrolment figures (refer to FODs where available)

Unit Description: 
Children
Numerator: 
# of emergency affected children and youth (5-18 yrs old) attending learning spaces/schools in affected areas (Proxy can be: # of children (5-18 years) enrolled in school within the affected area. Or number of open facilities * average number of children at each facility)
Denominator: 
Total # children and youth (5 - 18) in affected areas
Disaggregation: 
by geographic location (ie administrative boundary), age and sex, school type (sex/primary, secondary, tertiary), status of school facility (new, re-opened, damaged, unaffected),
Threshold / Standard: 
Specific to Country
General guidance: 
Alternative formulation of the indicator could be # of children (5-18 years) enrolled in school within the affected area. Proxy indicator can be number of open facilities * average number of children at each facility Disaggregation by primary, secondary and tertiary, note age ranges differ from country to country. Sometimes primary is disaggregated by lower/upper. Also sometimes by formal and non-formal such as accelerated learning and vocational education. In some countries, primary and (higher) secondary education fall under different ministries, which can complicate data collection. Some countries distringuish between primary and secondary, others use basic education, which covers 9 grades. Countries should use what makes most sense, but we should strive towards covering secondary as well.
Guidance on phases: 
Initially based on % of population and pre-crises enrolment figures, later phases use attendance figures (all phases) There is a differing level of quality of data which can be collected at different phases of the emergency depending on the context, eg the data available and the systems for data collection in place before the crisis, the accessibility of the affected areas, the resources on the ground, etc...
Phase applicability: 
Pre-crisis/Baseline
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
Phase 4
Data Sources: 
National Government (MOE). Cluster Partner reporting - 4Ws, MIRA, other Joint Cluster Needs Assessments (humanitarian caseload monitoring)
Comments: 
Knowing the ratio of female and male learners will help identify imbalances. Note target will depend on pre-crisis data. Please refer to the FODs where available. In case there is a strong discrepancy between the percentage of girls and of boys enrolled in school, the programme should address these gaps by undertaking a gender analysis of the specific challenges the disadvantaged group is facing in equally accessing education. Please refer to the INEE pocket guide to gender for more information. 50% = gender equality <50% = females are under-represented <50% = males are under-represented
Code: 
E-1-01
Sub-domain: 
E1.1 Equal Access
Unit of Measurement: 
Individual
Key indicator: 
Yes
Types: 
Baseline
Outcome
Indicator used for response monitoring ?: 
Yes
Standards: 
INEE
Global Clusters: 
Education
Sector cross-tagging: 
C3 Protection and services monitoring and coordination
C3.6 Service Provision - Education
R2 Basic Infrastructure Restoration
R4 Governance
(P) Protection
PC6 Child Labour
PC7 Unaccompanied and separated children
PG5 Data collection, storage and sharing