Over two years, the JCP trained and certified unemployed young women and promoted better school readiness among children attending local ECD centers. The training participants had completed at least nine years of basic education as early childhood development (ECD) caregivers and ranged in age from 16 to 37 years old, with an average age of 23.
Technology has proven to be one of the missing links in order to guarantee educational and workforce improvement in developing countries. The Honduras METAS Project is now generating technology applications and creating an impact in the global education community through the use of innovative technologies and high-impact solutions.
USAID Liberia Advancing Youth Project’s Alternative Basic Education Learning Series features select studies in the Learning Agenda—a set of research questions that have arisen during project implementation. The studies explore the effectiveness and sustainability of the integrated learning, leadership and livelihoods model.
EDC has begun implementing the USAID-funded Education Recovery Support Activity (ERSA)/ Programme d'Appui à la Stabilisation de l'Education au Nord (PASEN) in the Gao region of northern Mali. ERSA is a 5-year initiative (August 2015-June 2020) which aims to contribute to the government of Mali’s commitment to increasing access to learning opportunities for out-of-school children and youth in the conflict affected regions of Northern Mali, through the strengthening of both formal and non-formal education opportunities.