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Monitoring, Evaluation, and Research

To determine whether programs are on track and meeting their objectives, and testing new innovations in education, World Education has been helping NGO, government, and multilateral partners for years to gather timely, valid and reliable data and better utilize data in their routine program design and management.

World Education offers a range of monitoring, evaluation, and research services, with a proven track record in designing and implementing performance monitoring plans, data quality audits, various kinds of evaluation, and the application of quantitative and qualitative research methods. World Education staff yield results for partners, thereby enabling them to articulate comprehensive national and project-level monitoring and evaluation and research strategies. Close collaboration with all stakeholders ensures ownership and use of evaluation and research results.

Featured Projects

View details: Together to End Violence Against Women (TEVAW)

Together to End Violence Against Women (TEVAW)

Together to End Violence against Women (TEVAW) is a research project providing insights on effective approaches for intimate partner violence prevention.

View details: Jordan Youth Project Evaluation

Jordan Youth Project Evaluation

World Education's used a range of methods, interviews, surveys, and focus groups to evaluate the Youth Work Jordan project.

View details: Western Uganda Bantwana Program (WUBP)

Western Uganda Bantwana Program (WUBP)

The Western Uganda Bantwana Program (WUBP) builds the capacity of nine community-based organizations to provide critical services to orphans and vulnerable children in their regions.


Featured Resources



View details: Opening Homes and Hearts

Opening Homes and Hearts

Euleria Kamya recalls the day she went to Mityana Kolping House to receive two young children, the five-year old boys who were to be new members of her family.

View details: On The Frontlines of Girls' Education

On The Frontlines of Girls' Education

When civil unrest erupted in Guinea, the ensuing strikes and curfews preempted school and work. Yet Mariama Koulibaly and her World Education colleagues forged ahead.

View details: Helping Girls in Need Gain an Education

Helping Girls in Need Gain an Education

Asonah Nma is a second grade student at the Vea Primary School in the Upper East region in Ghana. When she was younger, Asonah was stricken with polio which left her handicapped.