The Joint Education Needs Assessment Report (JENA)

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The Joint Education Needs Assessment Report (JENA) is an assessment of the comprehensive, joint education of out-of-school children and children enrolled in school but at risk of dropping out in northwest Syria. It covers areas outside the regime control, and its first edition was published1 in December 2019. The first edition was produced in coordination with the Syria Cross-Border Education Cluster, was technically supported by Save the Children, and was implemented by ACU, along with a group of partners in the Education Cluster, consisting of 13 humanitarian organizations (Bonyan, Takaful al-Sham, Syria Relief, Matar, Shafak, Qudra, Banafsaj, Ataa, Bahar, Binaa’, Sadad, Midad, Education Without Borders, and Ihsan). Similarly, the second (current) edition of JENA report is implemented in coordination with the Syria Cross-Border Education Cluster, and is technically supported by Save the Children. It is implemented by ACU, along with a group of partners in the Syria Cross-Border Education Cluster, consisting of 22 humanitarian organizations (You Are Life and Peace, Ataa for Humanitarian Relief, Nasaim al-Khair, Ghiras al-Nahda, Sadad, Banafsaj, Al-Ruwwaad for Cooperation and Development, Ihsan for Humanitarian Relief, Syria Relief, Olive Branch, Takaful al-Sham, Bunyan, Bahar, Qudra, BINAA for Development, Childhood Guardians Network, Mercy without Borders, Saed Charitable Organization, Usra for Orphans and Childhood Care, Watan, Shafak, and Social Development International (SDI).

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