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Inclusive Education Initiative

World Education used matching support from World Bank to support all project schools and local goverment in Jajarkot, East and West Rukum to more firmly embed EGR practices and enable teachers to address the learning needs of children with disabilities (CWD). The Inclusive Education Initiative had two parts – (1) to address teacher skills through…


Safe to Learn: Creating a Safer Learning Environment in Nepal’s Schools

Global evidence suggests violence in and around schools poses barriers to student retention and learning. As part of the Safe to Learn initiative under the Fund to End Violence Against Children, World Education aimed to prevent violence against children and adolescents in schools, homes and communities through a multi-pronged approach: At the policy level, World…


Equity and Inclusion in Education

Building on the successes of previous phases, World Education supported the Government of Nepal in the following objectives from 2019-2022: Increase the capacity of 446 schools to provide quality early grade education, especially for the most disadvantaged children including those with disabilities and those who do not speak Nepali at home and in remote areas….


Equity in Education in Disadvantaged Districts (EEDD)

World Education supported the Government of Nepal to achieve four goals: Improve Early Grade Learning (reading and math) in 400 schools in remote districts, including developing inclusive strategies to address the needs of children with disabilities. Serve out-of-school children, providing technical support to manage data and build capacity of local government and partners to deliver nonformal…


Improved Learning Outcomes in Primary Education (SABER)

World Education has been supporting Mozambican literacy and numeracy in the early grades through bilingual and monolingual education since 2012. In its Bilingual Expansion Strategy (2020-2029), the Government of Mozambique has made a renewed commitment to improving early grade literacy outcomes by expanding bilingual education. In collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Human Development’s…


A2B4Equity

The A2B4Equity pilot program was launched by Corporation for a Skilled Workforce (CSW) and the School of Education at the University of Pittsburgh, in partnership with the Office of Community College Research and Leadership (OCCRL) at the University of Illinois and funded by ECMC Foundation. World Education, Inc. is providing technical assistance to the participating…


Transforming Immigrant Digital Equity (TIDE)

To serve adult immigrant and refugee English language learners equitably and holistically, there is a pressing imperative to educate and engage service providers, policy makers, institutional decision-makers, and advocates for re-envisioning adult education, immigration, digital equity at the national, state, and local levels. Transforming Immigrant Digital Equity (TIDE), which builds upon the findings of the…


Zimbabwe Children First

Children First was a five-year program funded by USAID that worked to mitigate the impact of HIV and AIDS on orphans and vulnerable children in Zimbabwe by developing, implementing, and improving proven models for care and support of vulnerable children. Through Children First, World Education used child-focused, community-driven comprehensive programming that addressed children's needs and…


Advancing ATB for Equitable Access to Opportunity

The Ability to Benefit (ATB) provision in the Higher Education Act, which gives adults without a high school diploma or equivalent access to federal student aid under certain conditions, is a critical but underutilized strategy for ensuring equitable access to postsecondary education and – by extension – economic stability. Black, Indigenous, and other communities of color…


Women’s Leadership: Civic Leadership and Journalism

The Women's Leadership: Civic Leadership and Journalism project strengthened the presence and voice of women in the media as a way to develop community-level leadership roles for Senegalese women. The program built upon the popularity of community radio in Senegal to deliver messages and spread awareness about women's rights. The program targeted 13 rural communities, comprised of 543…


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