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The Civic Participation and Community Action Sourcebook

The Civic Participation and Community Action Sourcebook for adult educators includes narrative accounts and skill-building activities that are organized around topics such as Finding Connections to Communities and Issues; Holding Decision-Makers Accountable; Expressing Ourselves and Educating Others; and Organizing for Change. World Education, 2001.


Change Agent Issue 36: Good Jobs, Not Just Any Jobs!

Many adults are attending school to get the skills they need to get a better job. But will they be able to find a good job? Speaking of which…what is a good job? And how do you get one? In this issue, The Change Agent explores these questions and more. Students share compelling stories of…


Deconstructing Design: Transforming Reading Assessments Through Technology in Cambodia

This case study from USAID's Development Innovations Project describes World Education's TEST project from inspiration to implementation to sustainability. The research for this case study was carried out through desk reviews, in-person interviews, and focus group discussions with the TEST project team, as well as key stakeholders and project beneficiaries who played an important role…


Approaches of the Expanded IMPACT Program in Zimbabwe

4Children was asked to develop a set of case studies to promote learning from OVC programs that have successfully designed interventions and approaches to increase HIV testing and services (HTS) for children. This case study examines The Bantwana Initiative's Expanded IMPACT Program (EIP)in Zimbabwe, which worked to improve HIV testing and services for children orphaned…


Track & Trace Books

In Cambodia, World Education and John Snow, Inc. were awarded an 18 month (July 2017 to December 2018) contract to scale the Track and Trace mobile technology solution to 400 schools and add results-based financing to the model. This slide deck highlights how the Track and Trace model was first tested in Malawi and then…


Track & Trace Books: Enhancing Book Distribution

This brief highlights the Track and Trace methodology being used to track book distribution in Cambodia through the All Children Reading Grand Challenge. Track and Trace is a technology solution that enables ministry officials, partners, and distributors to track in real-time the ordering and distribution of books and other supplies. Despite investing decades of funding…


Celebrating Diversity: Stories of Hope & Resilience

World Education’s USAID-funded TEAM Project had as its goal the enabling of people with disabilities, especially women and girls, to attain and maintain maximum independence to fully and equally participate in all aspects of life. Using a comprehensive social approach to improving services and the quality of life for persons with disabilities in Lao PDR,…


Education Quality Framework for Migrant Education

The Education Quality Framework (EQF) was created to provide consistent standards for education quality in migrant learning centers, through a comprehensive process of consultations and workshops with migrant education stakeholders beginning in November 2015. Following the pilot of the tool in 2016-2017, it was revised based on feedback from implementing partners and the school headmasters…


Refugee Integration Education Review

In the context of refugees and refugee return, education services are provided by a range of actors – it is a complex mosaic spanning two countries, with many layers and levels of dialogue. Through relationships with providers on both sides of the border, and along with roles in chairing refugee education meetings, coordination and facilitation,…


Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE) Benefits All Children from Myanmar: Ethnic and Refugee Teachers Possess Necessary MLE Competencies

There are 116 living languages in Myanmar. Currently the official language of oral and written instruction in all government schools is the national language: Myanmar language. In many of Myanmar’s ethnic minority communities the national language is only first encountered in schools and rarely used at home. An extensive body of literature demonstrates the benefits…


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