Contributing to an inclusive, accessible, efficient and protective education system

Since 2017, Côte d'Ivoire has been implementing its 2016-2025 Ten-Year Education/Training Sector Plan, the ambition of which is to "provide Côte d'

Engagement to realise 12 year compulsory quality education for marginalised groups

The policy of 12-year (primary and secondary level) compulsory education that is free and inclusive in Indonesia is stated in the Ministry of Educa

Innovative Advocacy for the Human Right to Education in El Salvador

This project will contribute to the strengthening of the Family Education Board of the Ministry of Education (MINEDUCYT) of El Salvador, in the des

Independent Monitoring of the Implementation of the Education Programme

Access to quality education remains confronted with multiple problems whose resolution requires the empowerment of civil society through:

Strengthen Tunisian education system to adapt to democratic transitions

The revolution rid Tunisia of a dictatorial regime that abolished any meaningful role for civil society, especially in education.

Government’s adoption of gender-sensitive policies and protection mechanisms

The educational system in Egypt suffers from Lack of Gender-sensitive policies and protection mechanisms capable of eliminating all forms of GBV in

Improved retention and enrolment of marginalized, refugee and PWD children

Yemen is one of the poorest countries in the world and the least developed country in the Middle East.

Mainstreaming of gender and equity in education policy and programme development

Solomon Islands is a small Island state of approximately 1,000 Islands in the South West Pacific.

Samoa Education Network advocacy for better education policies and programmes

Even though Samoa has recorded only few cases of infection up to the time of writing, the country has been significantly affected by the COVID-19 p

Active Civil Society for Gender Responsive and Inclusive Quality Education In Rwanda

In Rwanda, despite the existing modalities and opportunities to promote policy influencing and advocacy, very few civil society actors are able to