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Project for Local Empowerment (PLE) Snapshot

The Project for Local Empowerment (PLE) was a USAID-funded, six-year project that served displaced and conflict-affected people from Myanmar. PLE was a partnership between the International Rescue Committee, Mae Tao Clinic, The Border Consortium, and World Education that supported a network of over 40 community-based organizations to provide life-saving health and education services, food security…

Education Services Delivered Through PLE Partners in Southeast Myanmar, 2011-2017

Map of education services provided by World Education sub-grant ethnic education partners in Southeast Myanmar throughout the course of the Project for Local Empowerment between 2011 and 2017.

Community Driven Convergence: MNEC Community Survey Results

The Mon National Education Department (MNEC) provides educational services to vulnerable children in Mon State as well as some parts of Karen State and Tenasserim Division, Myanmar. MNEC provides high-quality education to Mon youth in their mother tongue. The Mon National School (MNS) education system allows students to receive a mother tongue-based education while incorporating…

Webinar: How to Be an Effective Ally to Adult Students

In these times when many of our students are experiencing real and perceived threats based on some aspect of their identities (race, immigrant status, gender identity, etc.), adult educators have a role to play in creating safety, dispelling myths, and building the capacity of students to engage civically for their rights. In this webinar, we…

IDEAL Distance Education and Blended Learning Handbook

In the new 5th edition of the IDEAL Distance Education and Blended Learning Handbook (2016), the chapters have been revised to reflect changes and innovations in the field, in particular, the emergence of blended learning. Key topics include: Recruitment: Identifying and Recruiting Students Decide who, where, and how to find learners for your distance or…

Zimbabwe Accelerated Learning Programme: Giving Out-of-School Children a Second Chance

Between 2013 and 2015, World Education’s Bantwana Initiative (WEI/B), with support from UNICEF and in partnership with the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education (MoPSE), piloted a two-year Zimbabwe Accelerated Learning Programme (ZALP). ZALP aimed to identify out-of-school learners and prepare them to ‘catch-up’ to their peers through accelerated learning approaches, in order to re…

HIV-Sensitive Case Management

This poster highlights the stages of HIV-sensitive case management, from training of case workers to testing and treatment and ongoing support. This poster was presented at the ICASA Conference in 2016.

Zimbabwe Early Childhood Development Program: An integrated and Comprehensive Approach

Millions of orphans and vulnerable children are left without adequate care and resources, the lack of which affects their development and opportunities for the future. An investment and focus on Early Childhood Development opportunities is one of the most cost effective approaches for breaking the cycle of poverty and inequality among vulnerable children. This document…

Skills for Chronic Disease Management

The goal of this 15-hour study circle+ is to prepare participants to help their students develop basic skills needed for chronic disease management. These skills include reading medicine labels, following directions, and measuring dosages correctly; using measurement tools to monitor health; monitoring symptoms and talking to health care professionals the observations; and making critical decisions…

AYEDI Technical Brief

AYEDI guided adolescent youth through exercises and technical trainings that enabled self-discovery while teaching life skills, livelihoods, and work-readiness skills that reduced hazardous labor risks and prepared youth to find decent work in their local communities. World Education/Bantwana Initative. 2018.

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