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Comprehensive Mine Risk Education in Lao PDR

The Comprehensive Mine Risk Education (MRE) Project aimed to reduce injury and death from unexploded ordnance (UXO) by informing school-age children about how to protect themselves and their peers. Formerly known as the UXO Education and Awareness Project, World Education began developing a primary school curriculum about UXO safety in 1996. While the number of UXO…


Myanmar-UK Partnership for Education – Evaluation, Evidence and Learning Component

The Myanmar-UK Partnership for Education (MUPE) is a five-year program that aims to support more relevant learning for all Myanmar’s children, equipping them for life after school. The program supports the Government of Myanmar, Ministry of Education and local/ethnic authorities and other non-state actors to make the education system in Myanmar more accessible, better in quality,…


Siyakha Girls pilot under the Accelerating Strategies for Practical Innovation and Research in Economic Strengthening (ASPIRES) project

Zimbabwe has experienced severe economic and political challenges, with key economic and well-being indicators declining drastically over the last two decades. In 2014, 72.3% of the population was living below the national poverty line and 44.1% were experiencing multidimensional poverty comprised of income poverty, low educational attainment, and poor health and standards of living. Among…


Reading for All: Disability Inclusive Education for Nepali Children

World Education is a partner of Handicap International – Humanity & Inclusion (HI) on the Nepal Reading for All Program, supported by USAID. Reading for All is a three-year, $5.88 million activity that works to improve early grade reading outcomes among children with disabilities in grades 1 – 3. Implemented in 3,442 community schools in…


USAID Okard

In Lao PDR, disability is stigmatized and often perceived as a misfortune that befalls a minority of people. In practice, everyone in Lao society may be susceptible to chronic conditions, injuries and illnesses, and the normal processes of ageing that can lead to reductions in functioning and the experience of disability, especially when faced with…


Dreams Innovation Challenge: Swaziland

While Swaziland has a high primary school enrollment rate for girls, lower secondary school enrollment for girls falls to 67% and further drops to a mere 47% enrollment for upper secondary school. Parallel statistics indicate that this decline in enrollment is due to the fact of 22.1% of adolescent girls give birth before the age…


DREAMS Innovation Challenge: Zimbabwe

In Zimbabwe, many structural drivers, such as poverty, child marriages, and gendered cultural norms lead adolescent girls and young women to early sexual debut (at age 15 on average), and thus to increased risk of HIV infection and unplanned pregnancy. Teen pregnancy is a formidable obstacle to girls’ education in the country, with 75,000 girls…


McGovern-Dole Food for Education Program in Benin

From 2014 to 2018, World Education, Inc. implemented the education component of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)-funded McGovern-Dole Food For Education Program in partnership with Catholic Relief Services (CRS) with World Education as the sub-recipient. MGD2014 aimed to reduce hunger and improve early grade reading outcomes for 1st and 2nd grade students in a…


School Health and Reading Program

The School Health and Reading Program (SHRP) built on previous USAID and Government of Uganda investments in health and HIV education to enhance existing curricula and to test and evaluate additional interventions that have an impact on improved knowledge and behavior change. These efforts were augmented by a range of coordination and capacity building activities…


I-SKIP

World Education is promoting the use of clean cooking technology within Ghanaian school kitchens to improve the health of school kitchen staff and reduce the environmental impact of  traditional stoves. The INSPOCCE-School Kitchen Improvement Project (I-SKIP) is introducing the clean cooking technology to canteen owners and employees, school staff, students, and the greater school community. The project will run a…


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