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Male Peer Groups: Facilitator Guide

This guide was developed to promote peer-to-peer discussions for men around intimate partner violence. Other relevant issues such as gender norms; concepts of fatherhood, caregiving, and masculinity; sexuality and reproductive health; and HIV/AIDS have been incorporated into discussions in order to provide a safe environment for men to discuss a range of issues that affect…

Community Dialogues on Gender-Based Violence: Facilitator Guide

This Facilitator Guide was developed under the Pamoja Tuwalee project in Tanzania to promote community advocacy to stem gender-based violence and to encourage community members and opinion leaders to collectively discuss their concerns, exchange ideas, and develop key messages that promote safe, health, and productive life choices for families and communities. The guide was developed…

Assessment: Monitoring & Supporting Learner Progress

This brief, Assessment: Monitoring & Supporting Learner Progress, provides step-by-step guidance, resources, and tips on assessment strategies and activities, as well as NRS testing and reporting. It covers: Making good use of online curriculum assessment tools Project and portfolio-based assessments Formative assessment through interaction with learners World Education. 2020.

Teaching Online: Communicating and Tracking Progress

This brief, Teaching Online: Communicating and Tracking Progress, provides step-by-step guidance, resources, and tips on how to communicate and track learner progress in a distance learning program. This brief covers: Transitioning to an online classroom Monitoring learning and learner progress Communication strategies to support learner engagement World Education. 2020.

World Education in the Lao PDR, 2019 Impact Report

World Education programs in Laos are designed to build capacity and thus self-reliance, promote self-sufficiency, and increase inclusion of all persons in Lao PDR. This Impact Brief highlights core results and impact during 2019.

Advocating for Government to Introduce HIV Prevention in Schools as a Core Subject

This poster provides an overview of Bantwana's efforts to integrate HIV prevention curricula into schools in countries where HIV prevalence is extremely high. The poster includes information on the challenges with the initiative, the solutions to these challenges, the results from pilot programs, and a conclusion summary. Poster presented at IAS 2016.

Bantwana Initiative Fact Sheet

This fact sheet provides an overview of World Education's Bantwana initiative, including a detailed description of the comprehensive care model as well as a more general outline of their main goals and accomplishments. 2015.

Accessing Information about Migration and Safety (AIMS) Final Report

March 2015 marked the conclusion of the first phase of the AIMS project. Implemented by World Education and local partners MEDIA One and Mith Samlanh, the sixteen-month AIMS pilot program made use of digital technology to provide Cambodian youth with information about safe migration. The project was funded by the Dream Blue Foundation, a corporate…

Improved Basic Education in Cambodia (IBEC) Final Report

World Education's Improved Basic Education in Cambodia Project (IBEC) aimed to improve access to and quality of education in Cambodia from 2009 to 2014. IBEC supported 301 schools in the Kampong Cham, Siem Reap, and Kratie provinces through a combination of scholarships, school latrines and safe water, and other enrollment-boosting activities mediated by school grants….

Policy Brief: Migrant Education in Thailand

World Education and partner Save the Children have carried out a comprehensive review of the challenges to provide a quality education to migrant children from Myanmar who now live in Thailand. This policy brief presents a summary of key findings and recommendations to improve educational opportunities for these children.

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