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

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Education Systems

As developing countries aim to balance budgets, education is an area that remains consistently underfunded--or is often the first to be cut. World Education supports country government to examine and restructure their education programs, in order to increase scope, efficiency, and quality.

In some countries, education systems need to be built from the ground up; others just need to reform existing systems. World Education considers each country’s needs and uses our significant experience to determine the best approach to strengthening the education system. We build and improve support systems, such as human resources, monitoring and evaluation, research, curricula, and learning materials.

World Education collaborates closely with country governments to develop their education systems, so that countries feel they have ownership and programs are sustainable. We focus on implementation and management to ensure that education reform moves forward and begins to generate positive outcomes for schools and their administrators, teachers, and students.
 

Featured Projects

View details: USAID | Vamos Ler! (Let's Read!)

USAID | Vamos Ler! (Let's Read!)

World Education, Inc. is helping improve early grade reading outcomes in the target Mozambican provinces of Nampula and Zamb├ęzia.

View details: Tanzania Community Health and Social Welfare System Strengthening Program (CHSSP)

Tanzania Community Health and Social Welfare System Strengthening Program (CHSSP)

World Education is working with the Government of Tanzania to expand the social welfare workforce with a special emphasis on communities.

View details: Second Chance Education Program

Second Chance Education Program

The Second Chance Education Program in Zimbabwe helps out-of-school children catch up in school with an integrated package of academic skills, life skills, and case management support.

 

Featured Resources

 

Features

View details: Star Scholar Urges Classmates to Stay in School

Star Scholar Urges Classmates to Stay in School

An Mally, age 12, knows that it is very important to attend school regularly.

View details: Learning to Read and Write on the Thai-Burma Border

Learning to Read and Write on the Thai-Burma Border

Most of the migrant population in Sam Yod Doi have lived in the village for more than ten years, but few of the children have attended school.

View details: Helping Children Orphaned and Injured from UXO

Helping Children Orphaned and Injured from UXO

After Thao Ooh was severly injured in a UXO explosion that killed his father, World Education helped cover Ooh's medical expenses and find him a place to live.