Youth Livelihoods Development Program Guide

In countries where a large plurality of school-age children are working for a living or employed in informal and household-based sectors, there exists an urgent need for "livelihood development" alongside workforce development strategies that either return these youth to school or offer them the education they lack. This report surveys the ways countries with high numbers of children in the workforce meet their needs and leverage their talents, while ensuring their healthy and educated livelihoods. 

Ensuring Quality: Ministry of Education and NGOs Responding to the AIDS Pandemic

A toolkit for education practitioners to integrate HIV and AIDS education and programming into their curricula. This report offers lessons learned through implementation in the Caribbean, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Asia. Ministries of Education in these regions have found that they can benefit considerably from engaging in structured partnerships with international, national, and community-based non-governmental organizations and other partners to improve coverage and quality of these program interventions. 

Distance Education for Teacher Training: Modes, Models, and Methods

This publication is a guide to the type of technology modes, education models, and instructional methods used for teacher pre-service and in-service distance learning across the globe. The first portion discusses the Education Development Centre's role in distance learning, the second portion reviews the literature on distance learning, technology,a nd professional development, and the third covers the author's own involvement in distance learning for teachers and teacher trainers in the United States, Latin America, Asia, and Africa. 

Addressing Corruption in Education: A Toolkit for Youth from Youth

This toolkit is developed in the framework of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) funded Europe and Eurasia Social Legacy Program (E&E SLP). It is intended to serve as an educational tool, providing information and resources for the design and implementation of activities to promote transparency in education. It was developed for individuals and institutions, particularly youth-led and youth-oriented nongovernmental organizations (NGOs). 


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