Fabiana Maglio is an Education Specialist. She has recently conducted a regional Case Study on Access to Safe and Protective Learning Environments in Lake Chad Region (Nigeria, Niger, Cameroon and Chad) on behalf of UNICEF in order to improve the regional evidence on context-specific protection issues as well as school safety and security measures in line with the INEE Minimum Standards. She has substantial experience in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Region (Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, Libya and Jordan), and South East Asia (Philippines) having worked for nearly a decade as Adviser for the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Development Cooperation Agency, in which capacity she was responsible for designing and coordinating education programming in both humanitarian and development contexts. Previously Fabiana worked as EiE Programme Manager for an INGO in the southern Philippines, as part of the UNICEF-funded emergency response to Super Typhoon Haiyan. Her key skills include comparative educational research, programme design and planning, M&E (Monitoring and Evaluation) and capacity development; she also has relevant field experience in fragile states, and man-made and natural disasters. She completed the Global Education Cluster Needs Assessment training in 2015, and followed other humanitarian trainings throughout her career. Fabiana holds a Master’s degree in Education, Gender and International Development with a focus on refugee education from the Institute of Education at the University of London.