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Mc-Govern Dole International Food For Education and Child Nutrition

World Education is implementing phase two of the McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition Program (MGD17), 2017-2022, in Benin. Under the program, World Education supports 144 schools, 274 teachers and 97 Parent Teacher Associations (PTAs) through teacher training and community mobilization activities. As in the first phase of the program, World Education is responsible for institutional…


English Now! Learning Circles

English Now! blended learning circles increase access to learning for English Language Learners (ELLs). Learning circles combine independent online learning with group sessions that foster peer learning and leadership development. Learners build digital literacy skills, become comfortable learning online, and develop self-efficacy as lifelong learners. World Education has hosted learning circles with over 20 project partners across 10 states over…


Transforming Distance Education

The EdTech Center @ World Education was commissioned by the US Department of Education (Office of Career, Technical, Adult Education) to develop professional learning modules for practitioners teaching adult basic academic skills, ESOL, and literacy at a distance. The three-month contract funded a rapid development of the course as well as the launch of a Equity…


SABES Program Support Professional Development Center

World Education’s SABES Program Support Professional Development Center works in creative and responsive ways to help educators maximize equitable access for their learners to education, career opportunities, and economic self-sufficiency. To achieve these goals, our team supports the 1,100 teachers, advisors, and program directors in the Massachusetts adult education (AE) system by providing professional development…


Improving Quality and Access to ECDE services for Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Swaziland

Early Childhood Development and Education (ECDE) is a growing priority of the Government of Swaziland (GoS), yet in 2009 just 21.6% of children nationwide had access to pre-school education prior to entering the formal system. In addition to children’s lack of access to ECDE services is a need for improved quality of services in Swaziland’s…


Community Rapid and Effective Action Combating HIV/AIDS (REACH) III, Umliba Loya Embili

Swaziland has the world’s highest HIV prevalence at 26% among people aged 15-49. With a population of just over a million, tens of thousands of Swaziland’s children have lost one or more parents to AIDS. The problems they face are exacerbated by poverty (69% of the population lives on no more than USD $20 per…


Life Skills Education Program

Swaziland, has the highest HIV prevalence in the world at 26% of 15-49 year olds living with HIV, and 15.1% of the young people (15- 24) are living with HIV (22.9% females and 5.9% males). Knowledge about HIV prevention among youth age 15-24 is 49.1% among females and 50.9% among males, which is an indication…


National Case Management System in Swaziland

The convergence of poverty and the AIDS epidemic has been particularly devastating for children in Swaziland: the government estimates that 30-45% of Swazi children are orphans and/or living in highly vulnerable conditions. These children either live in child-headed households, with over-burdened elderly grandparents or extended families, or with chronically ill parents and struggle to have…


Saving Brains in Lubulini: A Sustainable Model for Early Childhood Stimulation

In Swaziland, 63% of the population lives below the poverty line and chronic food insecurity has left one in four children suffering from stunted growth (WHO, 2010). With the world’s highest HIV prevalence (26%, MICS 2010), many Swazi households are coping with the impact of HIV, which affects 42% of pregnant women (WFP 2016). Saving…


Bantwana Schools Integrated Program (BSIP)

Since 2008, Bantwana has been implementing the Bantwana Schools Integrated Program (BSIP) in partnership with local NGOs, government technical line ministries, schools, and communities. BSIP delivers high quality, integrated, comprehensive support services to thousands of children orphaned and made vulnerable by HIV and AIDS in the Lubombo Region of Swaziland. BSIP will reach approximately 18,000…


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