Improvement of Quality and Inclusive Education

Whereas, the aim and requirement of OC1 is to strengthen national civil society commitment in gender-justice education planning, policy development

Strengthening educational inclusion in Mauritania

The two-year project includes activities to strengthen the coalition's operational capacities and database, as well as advocacy activities aimed at

Strengthen the Influence of Civil Society for an inclusive and quality Basic Education

The Support Project for Strengthening Civil Society Influence for Inclusive Quality Basic Education (PARISC) is a joint initiative of the CBO-EFA a

Gender Responsive and Inclusive Education in Togo

This project from the Togolese National Coalition for Education for All (CNT/EPT) is entitled "Gender Responsive and Inclusive Education (GSIE)".

Inclusive Governance of the Education System in Crisis Situations

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have led to a restructuring of educational policies in their objectives as well as in their mechanisms.

Citizen engagement for inclusive and quality education policies in Niger

In the perspective of a continuity and the reinforcement of the assets, the Coalition ASO EFA maintains the same title as the previous phase of the

Strengthen civil society engagement in education policy planning and monitoring

The Cameroon Education For All Network, abbreviated to CEFAN, is the Cameroonian national coalition of civil society organizations in education.

Strengthening the citizen dynamic for the realization of Education in Emergencies

Thousands of children in Burkina Faso are prevented from going to school and benefiting from their rights to inclusive quality education because of

Inclusion of Children with Special Needs at the pre-tertiary sector

This project, which is to enhance inclusion and quality education for children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) at the pre-tertiary sector in G

Civil Society becoming the effective voice of marginalized and vulnerable groups

The project objectives and requirements is to ensure that National Education Coalitions (NECs) in Gambia are more inclusive, particularly for margi