World Education is dedicated to improving the lives of the poor through education, and economic and social development programs.

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Assessment

Assessments are a critical component of program development that help identify strengths and weaknesses in an existing system and guide new program design. World Education has carried out different types of assessments for varying purposes. From rapid assessment of local context or organization to assessment of institutional education management information systems (EMIS) and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems, World Ed staff are skilled in developing, implementing, and analyzing results from these assessments related to school management, institutional policy development, and the performance of education monitoring and evaluation systems and required capacity needs.

 

Featured Projects

View details: Together to End Violence Against Women (TEVAW)

Together to End Violence Against Women (TEVAW)

Together to End Violence against Women (TEVAW) is a research project providing insights on effective approaches for intimate partner violence prevention.

View details: Monitoring and Evaluation Partnership (MEP) Program

Monitoring and Evaluation Partnership (MEP) Program

World Education is strengthening monitoring and evaluation capacity to support program quality and impact, and to train staff to master evaluation skills and techniques for policy relevant evaluation and analysis in the education sector.

View details: Pamoja Tuwalee

Pamoja Tuwalee

The Bantwana Initiative’s Pamoja Tuwalee program develops an integrated child protection and service delivery network for vulnerable children and families in Tanzania.

 

Featured Resources

 

Feature

View details: Empowering Students with Permaculture Gardens in Swaziland

Empowering Students with Permaculture Gardens in Swaziland

Sixteen year-old Nothando is a student participating in Bantwana's permaculture garden project. She is the eldest of three. Nothando's mother, like many in the community, does not earn enough to support her children.