Basic and Girls' Education

Empowerment through Education in Afghanistan-2 Mid-Term Evaluation Report

This 43 page report presents the findings of the mid-term evaluation for the second phase of Empowerment through Education in Afghanistan (EEA), an education project funded by DFAT and implemented by CARE. EEA aims at strengthening the role of women in rural communities through providing increased access to education for adolescent girls and boys. In addition to the standard elements of community-based education programs, EEA includes special participatory approaches - such as student peer groups and village education committees with rotating membership schemes for students - to build confidence and leadership skills. Read More...

Egypt legacy-report-final

This 57 page document highligts the impacts of CARE Egypt's programming in all of their trategic are... Read More...

Comparing sanitation delivery modalities in informal urban settlement schools

This 14 page journal article from the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Hea... Read More...

“improving syrian and egyptian children’s access to formal and informal education” (access)

This 39 page report from an external evaluator highlights ways to strengthen Syrian refugee and Egyp... Read More...

Igate project midline report final draft 18 april sm 10 15pm lr

This 165 page document reports the mid-term results of the IGATE project funded by UK Aid Read More...

Private sector trial in informal settlements

This 18 page powerpoint deck highlights the results of experiments between private sector and govern... Read More...

Supporting access to better data emis trial+

This 42 page document highlights the results of testing digital data collection in the SWASH+ projec... Read More...

Kutch Livelihood and Education Advancement Project (K-LEAP) Endline Evaluation

This 60 page document reports the results of the K-LEAP Project funded by Cargill Read More...

Tipping Point Project Community Participatory Analysis

This report was written by Nidal Karim (CARE USA), Margaret Greene (independent consultant), and Mar... Read More...

Power africa burundi 2015 final

19 page rolling baseline report on the POWER Africa project, funded by Mastercard Read More...

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