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New England Literacy Resource Center (NELRC)

The New England Literacy Resource Center (NELRC) strengthens the region's adult education programs to boost their effectiveness in serving adult learners by providing responsive and customized professional development and convening cross-state leadership to facilitate sharing and collaboration. NELRC is also the publisher of the national education resource, The Change Agent. NELRC was established in 1994…


Using Educational Television to Promote School Readiness in Cambodia

There is a growing global recognition of the importance of early childhood education. In Cambodia, however, most children's access to quality early education remains extremely limited, and the most socio-economically disadvantaged children come to school the least equipped with the necessary competencies. Studies have shown that high-quality educational television shows, such as Sesame Street can…


Cambodia Educational Media Initiative

Television ownership among rural Cambodian households has steadily increased, and at least 85% of the population regularly watches television. In Cambodia, where television is now ubiquitous even among the most disadvantaged and children lack access to appropriate early learning opportunities, television is an overlooked education opportunity. The Cambodia Educational Media Initiative (CEMI) promoted the use…


Ana Patsogolo (APA) Activity

The Ana Patsogolo “Children First” Activity (APA) contributes to Malawi’s commitments toward the realization of zero new HIV infections, zero AIDS-related deaths, and zero discrimination, especially as they relate to the most vulnerable children and adolescent girls and young women. These two overlapping populations live with escalated and intersecting risks for HIV infection, gender-based violence…


Literacy Achievement and Retention Activity (LARA): Community-Based Case Management

The USAID-funded Uganda LARA activity improves learning outcomes and school retention and reduces school-related gender-based violence by improving instruction, building a positive school climate, and strengthening students’ social and emotional learning. WEI/Bantwana delivered the Village Child Case Management Committee (VCCMC) model at scale, bringing together teachers, communities, social welfare cadres and districts to prevent and…


21st Century Learning Ecosystem Opportunities (21CLEO)

Required use of technologies have made more intense the pace of change in the workplace. In response, employers offer both staff training and more comprehensive educational opportunities to equip employee to success and advance. The EdTech Center @ World Education and the Literacy, Language, and Technology Research group (LLTR) at Portland State University are conducting a…


African Youth Empowerment and Development Initiative (AYEDI)

Through the USDOL-funded African Youth Empowerment and Development Initiative (AYEDI), the Bantwana Initiative of World Education, Inc. delivered an alternative education and workforce readiness and livelihoods service package to 4277 out of school adolescent youth (ages 14-17) to mitigate the risks and impact of child labor on adolescents' healthy growth and development. By project end,…


Better Outcomes for Children and Youth in Eastern and Northern Uganda

More than half of the 17.1 million children under the age of 18 in Uganda live in situations that present significant risks to their physical, emotional, and/or mental wellbeing. The Government of Uganda estimates that up to 8.6 million children (50% of all Ugandan children) are moderately or critically vulnerable due to factors including high…


Força à Comunidade e Crianças Project (FCC) – Child and Community Strengthening

Home to approximately 27 million people, Mozambique is among the countries most affected by the HIV epidemic. More than half the population (54.7%) is living in poverty, and there are an estimated 1.8 million orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) who are made vulnerable due to their lack of access to quality education, health care, food, shelter,…


Western Uganda Bantwana Program (WUBP)

Children and adolescents in western Uganda face many threats to their well-being, safety, and development. Of particular concern is rate of sexual abuse, and related issues of teen pregnancy and forced marriage which deepen poverty and give rise to a host to lifelong obstacles to health and wellbeing, especially for girls. For the last 12 years, the…


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