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 AKILI DADA: when African girls read, they lead!
BASIC EDUCATION TEACHERS’ UNION OF ZAMBIA (BETUZ), ZAMBIA NATIONAL UNION OF TEACHERS (ZNUT): Creating safe and gender sensitive teaching and learning environments-Education Unions take Action to End School-Related Gender-Based Violence
CARE: Addressing barriers to girls education in rural Zimbabwe
CARE: A pan-African campaign to promote lifelong learning opportunities for adolescents in Kenya, Mali and Zimbabwe
CARE: Improving educational access, equity and quality f or girls in post-conflict contexts: evidence from Somalia
CEMASTEA: Intervention strategies to enhance gender equity and equality in the teaching and learning of mathematics and science
EGHE: Exploring gendered patterns of he participation and success in stem and beyond: initial findings
IIE: Higher Education Readiness (HER) program
KIMALIRO E.N: Lifting the ceiling – Revitalize the teaching profession to ensure quality and relevance of girls’ education
MICROSOFT: The #makewhatsnext campaign
MINISTRY OF GENERAL EDUCATION ZAMBIA: Alternative learning programs for out of school female youths with intellectual disabilities in Zambia
PLAN INTERNATIONAL: Financing Girls’ Education (Concept note for plenary session on Enhancing education financing and accountability for gender equality)
PROJET LUANGWA: Gender equality issues identified within the community surrounding Mfuwe in the Eastern Province of Zambia
RESTLESS DEVELOPMENT: The case of the Zambian Girls 2030
SANI FOUNDATION: Providing holistic and relevant education and training to young adults with intellectual disabilities
SUCCESS FOR AFRICA: CESA 16-25 knowledge, competence, Skills– Creativity–Values
UNICEF ESARO: Towards gender equality: an integrated approach to keeping girls in school and learning
VARKEY FOUNDATION: Interactive distance instruction in girls’ education – evidence from Ghana’s “Making Ghanaian Girls Great!” (MGCubed) project
ZOCS: Alternative innovative learning programmes for out of school children – the experience of ZOCS in Zambia
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