Basic and Girls' Education

The Power to Lead Alliance (PTLA): Empowering Girls to Learn and Lead Final Evaluation

This 73-page final report on the Power to Lead Alliance (PTLA) was funded by USAID for implementation in six countries: Egypt, Honduras, India, Malawi, Tanzania, and Yemen over the course of three years. The project, which began in September 2008 and ended in September 2011, focused on 10- to 14-year-old girls as the target population. The primary goal of PTLA was to promote girl leaders in vulnerable communities. Three objectives were formulated to address this goal:

Objective 1: Cultivate opportunities for girls to practice their leadership skills
Objective 2: Create partnerships to promote girls’ leadership
Objective 3: Enhance knowledge to implement and promote girls’ leadership programs
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New Schools Program Final Evaluation

178-page final report of the New Schools Program (NSP) was a school-based reform project implemented by CARE International in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Education directorates in the governorates of Beni Suef, Fayoum and Minia. NSP was charged with increasing school access and enrollment of girls in underserved communities in Minia, Beni Suef, and Fayoum Governorates. The focus on access and enrollment of girls was enhanced through efforts to improve the teaching and learning, mobilize the local community around the importance of education (i.e., particularly that of girls), innovative and deliberative school construction (primary, preparatory, and community multi-grade schools) processes, and adult literacy initiatives. NSP had an extensive partnership that included both Egyptian government agencies, the private sector, Egyptian NGOs and international NGOs. Read More...

New Schools Program Final Evaluation

In this 79-page report, CID Consulting was commissioned by CARE to explore impact of the multigrade schools and the elements which had contributed to that impact on the girls who had enrolled, and to develop a set of lessons and recommendations for donors, policy makers and education specialists Read More...

Girls’ Education and Leadership Evaluation Power to Lead Alliance & Innovation through Sport Final Report

45-page final evaluation on ITSPLEY project. In Egypt, along with the PTLA project, the Innovation through Sport: Promoting Leaders, Empowering Youth (ITSPLEY) project was jointly implemented through CARE’s Gender and Empowerment Unit. ITSPLEY is a pioneering initiative that uses the "convening power of sports" to minimize the effects of poverty and social injustice on marginalized youth, especially girls. ITSPLEY is being implemented in four countries; Bangladesh, Egypt, Kenya, and Tanzania. This United States Agency for International Development(USAID) funded, three-year project began in January 2009 and will conclude in February 2012. Its aim is to enhance the institutional capacity of local organizations working directly with youth, and to provide youth, especially girls, with opportunities to develop and practice leadership skills through sport-based activities. Read More...

Promoting Equitable Quality Education for Girls Project Baseline

The purpose of this 49 page report is to aggregate and synthesize information generated from accessing the baseline situations, and to transform it into accessible knowledge for future systematic strengthening of programming, and organizational effectiveness.
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Empowerment of Egypt’s Children to Take Action in Schools and Communities Project Baseline

This 89 page report is submitted to CARE Egypt describing the results of the baseline study process for the Empowerment of Egypt’s Children to Take Action in Schools and Communities Project in Minia and Beni Suef.
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Empowerment of Egypt’s Children to Take Actions in Schools and Communities Midterm Evaluation

This is the 56-page report of the Mid-term Evaluation of the "Empowerment of Egypt's Children to take actions in Schools and Communities", funded by the European Union (EU) and implemented with co-fund from CARE Deutschland-Luxemburg in partnership with Save the Children UK (SCUK); the Jesuit Brothers Association (JBA); and the Youth Association for Environment and Development (YADE). According to the agreement with the EU, the project started in January 2011 and will last for 36 months. It is expected to get a no cost extension for six months to compensate the delay that took place at the beginning of the project due to the 25th of January Revolution events. Read More...

Empowerment of Egypt’s Children to Take Actions in Schools and Communities Final Evaluation

This is the 44-page report of the Final Evaluation of the "Empowerment of Egypt's Children to take actions in Schools and Communities", funded by the European Union (EU) and implemented with co-fund from CARE Deutschland-Luxemburg e.V in partnership with Save the Children UK (SCUK); Jesuit Brothers Association (JBA); and Youth Association for Environment and Development (YADE). According to the agreement with the EU, the project started in January 2011 and was contracted to last for 36 months. The implementer got six months no cost extension to compensate the delays took place at the beginning of the project as a result of the uprisings in Egypt in 2011.
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Early Grade Literacy in Egypt Project Evaluation

39-page evaluation of CARE International and (HSBC) Bank's “Early Grade Literacy in Egypt (EAGLE)” multifaceted project in order to improve the reading and writing instructions for grades 4-6, increase community engagement with schools, and formulate and promote policies and regulations that support improved reading and writing skills for primary school students. Read More...

Improving Syrian and Egyptian Children’s Access to Formal and Informal Education (ACCESS) Project

This 37-page report is the baseline study for the Global Affairs (GAC) funded project, “Improving Syrian and Egyptian Children’s Access to Formal and Informal Education” (ACCESS), which aims to increase access to schools for Syrian and Egyptian children, strengthen social cohesion among Syrian refugees and Egyptian host communities, and strengthen the quality of formal and informal Egyptian education systems for boys and girls. The project responds to one of the three main thematic priorities that guide GAC’s development funding: Securing the Future for Children and Youth, under which equal access to quality education is a key tenet, particularly for girls. Read More...

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