A loud voice for equitable and inclusive education "NDINKABANDI"

The Burundian education system is evolving in a context that is not conducive to inclusive, equitable and quality education.

Strengthening Civil Society in monitoring Education Governance and policy analysis

The General Objective for this network under Education Out Loud is to contribute to inclusive, equitable, quality education in order to accelerate

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Addressing the learning crisis through system strengthening

The learning crisis in Southern Africa is worsening and this places a critical mass of the region’s population at risk to critical multi-layered an

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Pamodzi for Inclusive Education in South-East Africa (PIESEA)

The Pamodzi for Inclusive Education in East Africa is a consortium led by Rays of Hope Ministries, an NGO based in Malawi and its partners: Fount f

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Girls Education Advocacy in the Region (GEAR)

The Girls Education Advocacy in the Region (GEAR) alliance is a consortium of four organisations from Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe assembled to impl

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Adolescent Mothers' Education lnitiative (AMEI)

Education Out Loud component OC3 aims to create a stronger global and transnational enabling environment for national civil society advocacy and tr

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Students Acting for Accountability and Quality of Education in DRC

This project responds to the impact that corruption and lack of transparency is having on young people's access to education and motivation to part

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.

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