Basic and Girls' Education

Schools Promoting Learning Achievement through Sanitation and Hygiene (SPLASH)

SPLASH is a five-year USAID-funded project that is targeting to reach over 240,000 primary school pupils in four districts of Eastern Province, Zambia, (Mambwe, Chipata, Lundazi, and Chadiza). This 5-year project (2010-2015), funded through USAID’s Bureau for Global Health and led by FHI 360 in partnership with CARE and Winrock International, uses at-scale programming approaches to reduce diarrheal diseases and acute respiratory infections, the two top killers of children under age five globally. The project works with the Ministry of Education, Science, Vocational Training, and Early Education (MESVTEE) and other line ministries such as the Ministry of Local Government and Housing (MLGH) and the Ministry of Health (MOH). SPLASH’s overall objective is to sustainably improve access to safe water, adequate sanitation, hygiene information, and health practices to improve learning environments and educational performance in primary schools. [2 pages] Read More...

Women and Girls Empowerment (WAGE) II & Supporting Adolescent Girls Empowerment (SAGE) Baseline

CARE Tanzania's Women and Girls Empowerment (WAGE) and Supporting Adolescent Girls Empowerment (SAGE) Program goals is social and economic empowerment of marginalized women and girls. The primary target group is those women and girls who are especially poor and/or excluded more often than other groups. The program design is deliberately linked to CARE Tanzania's strategic focus on governance as a key impediment to equitable and effective development. The program uses a proven community based group savings and loans methodology (MMD) as an entry point to mobilize group members to address a wide range of constraints to the social and economic empowerment of marginalized women and girls. [354 pages] Read More...

Supporting Adolescent Girls Empowerment- SAGE II Final Evaluation

The Supporting Adolescent Girls Empowerment project provides mechanisms through which girls access opportunities to quality education. The project utilizes social support, government structures, and girls’ agency to ensure the girls stay and complete the education cycle. [11 pages] Read More...

End-Term Evaluation of the Strengthening Community Schools to Provide Education and other Related Services (SCORES) Project

The Strengthening Community Schools to provide Education and Other Related Services(SCORES) project was a three and a half year action that commenced in January 2010 and ended in June 2013. The overall objective of the action was improving access to and quality of social services in education and health through the empowerment of local communities and non state actors (NSA). The specific objective of the project was 30 community schools in Lundazi and Chama districts of Eastern Province lead their communities in providing services in response to education and HIV/AIDS needs. The project was funded by the European Union which committed Euro 750,000 to the project and CARE Deutschland-Luxemburg (CARE DL) matched this amount with Euro 250,000. [71 pages] Read More...

Improving Syrian and Egyptian Children’s Access to Formal and Informal Education

The project was part of the inclusive response of Canada to the regional impact of the Syrian crisis. The three-years project aimed at improving the lives of vulnerable Egyptian and Syrian children in Greater Cairo by fulfilling their urgent needs to education and child protection, enhancing social coherence in refugees hosting communities. Certainly, children are the most vulnerable category in refugees and hosting communities. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Education (MoE) exerts all possible efforts to fulfill all requests. [36 pages] Read More...

Education for Change Rapport de l’Etude de Base

En juillet 2015, CARE Mali à travers le Programme Education a bénéficié du financement Patsy Collins Trust Funds Initiative (PCTFI) à travers CARE USA pour la mise en œuvre du projet novateur dénommé « Education For Change » (appelé Education Pour le Changement en Français et Jannde Yiriwere en langue locale Fulfulde). Education For Change (EFC) est partie intégrante d'un financement global accordé par CARE USA à sept pays dont le Mali pour les cinq prochaines années, en l'occurrence. Il s’agit du Zimbabwe, du Cambodge, du Kenya, du Rwanda, de l'Inde et du Népal. [74 pages] Read More...

TEMPS – Travaillons ensemble contre les mariages précoces

L’« Initiative conjointe de prévention et d’atténuation des effets du mariage précoce forcé dans les zones à fortes prévalences au Bénin et au Mali » est conçue par CARE (CARE Mali, CARE Bénin/Togo et CARE Canada) pour une durée de deux ans et demi (27 Mars, 2015 au 30 septembre, 2017) et financée par les Affaires Mondiales Canada (AMC). Le montant total de cette initiative est de $1,299,142 CAD pour le Mali.
Connu sur le terrain comme « TEMPS – Travaillons ensemble contre les mariages précoces », elle intervient au Bénin et au Mali. Au Mali, l’initiative est mise en œuvre dans huit (8) communes des régions de Mopti et Tombouctou. [46 pages] Read More...

Steps Towards Afghan Girls’ Education Success (STAGES) Midline Report

This document reflects the status of STAGES-I project during project implementation of phase I in 2016. The Department for International Development (DFID)-funded Girls’ Education Challenge (GEC) consists of a range of interventions in DFID-partner countries aimed at addressing obstacles to girls’ school enrolment, retention and learning. Steps Towards Afghan Girls’ Educational Success (STAGES) is one of the GEC Step Change projects currently being implemented in Afghanistan. The project is implemented by a consortium of partners including the Aga Khan Foundation, Aga Khan Educational Services, Care International, Catholic Relief Services, Save the Children, Afghan Education Production Organization and Roshan Telecom. This report presents the findings of the midline evaluation of STAGES and is based on midline data collected by an external evaluator between August and December 2015, and complemented with quarterly monitoring data collected by project partners and the STAGES Project Management Unit (PMU). [100 pages] Read More...

Preliminary Baseline Report: Steps Towards Afghan Girls’ Education Success (STAGES)

This document reflects the status of STAGES-I project at baseline Read More...

Fanamby mi-parcours

L’objectif global de ce projet est de répondre aux besoins de la population, plus précisément des enfants avec une attention particulière accordée aux filles et à la réduction des risques de catastrophe. Ainsi, 17 000 enfants (dont 50% de filles) du district de VATOMANDRY, âgés de 5 à 15 ans, devront bénéficier d’une part, d’une éducation primaire de qualité et d’autre part, de conditions d’apprentissage améliorées d’ici la fin du projet. Les impacts seront évalués grâce aux indicateurs suivants : un taux d’admission moyen de 75% atteint par niveau, un taux d’abandon ne dépassant pas les 5% chez les filles et les garçons à la fin de chaque année scolaire, un taux d’inscription supérieur à 85% pour les enfants de 5 à 15 ans, un taux de présence de 75% des élèves au cours des périodes de soudure, une augmentation de 7% du taux de maintien des filles à l’école et une augmentation de 10% du budget alloué à l’éducation par les foyers. Read More...

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