Final Evaluation Partnership for Learning

Publication Date: 01/09/2018

The Partnership for Learning (P4L) project is funded by Educate a Child (EAC) P4L whose goal is to return 6 million out-of-school children to school all around the world. P4L has been implemented by CARE Haiti since November 2013 in partnership with several institutions that provided leverage funding such as the Haitian Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (MENFP), Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR), TOMS, LIV Livres Solidaires, LIDE, GAP Inc and other local and international institutions. P4L is implemented in the departments of Ouest, Grand’Anse, Centre and Artibonite.

At the end of the project, 53,059 girls and boys had been enrolled by the project in 465 partner schools. The enrollment rate of formerly out of school children age 5-17 supported by the project (parent survey data) is estimated as 95.4% in school year 2017-2018, compared to 92.0% among the children age 5-17 from randomly sampled households. There was a statistically significant difference (chi-squared = 14.399, df=3, p<0.01) in the enrolment rate per department, with the department of Centre having the lowest rate of children 5-17 years in school (93.0%) and Grand’Anse with the highest at 97.7%.

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