Woubibox in Burkina Faso and the local observatory of education quality in Senegal are two initiatives from civil society organizations. Read how they work and how GPE’s Education Out Loud and KIX initiatives supported them, with the potential to adapt them in other countries.
Lack of knowledge of sensory disability in children has left children with this disability behind. With a newly developed guide the student teachers in Cote d'Ivoire are better equipped to spot the affected children.
Life has dramatically changed for Emily living with disability in the small community of Kaphuta village in Malawi. From spending her days locked up at home; she is now welcomed in school and society as a citizen too.
EOL is supporting the Alliance of Civil Society Organizations in Tajikistan for Education to improve the school environment for children with disabilities and make sure they can attend and complete school alongside their peers.
We invite proposals for applied research projects to generate and mobilize evidence in support of contextualizing and scaling the impact of innovative approaches to strengthen gender-responsive and socially inclusive education and safe schooling experiences for all children, especially those facing multiple forms of gender inequalities and marginalization, in GPE partner countries.
The International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) invite proposals for applied research projects to generate and mobilize evidence in support of scaling the impact of innovative approaches that will strengthen education data systems and data use.