Community Engagement

# Programs: 112
# Research & Evidence: 7

Related Programs

  • Akazi Kanoze

    Akazi Kanoze is a youth livelihood program that works to improve youth access to employment opportunities by creating effective linkages between youth, the Rwandan economy and the public and private sectors.Rwanda
  • Akshara Ganitha

    Akshara Ganitha focuses on improving and achieving numeracy skills and basic literacy among the students of class 1 to 5 in the educationally struggling rural government schools.India
  • Anseye Pou Ayiti

    Anseye Pou Ayiti ("Teach for Haiti" in Haitian Creole) recruits, trains and places recent top university graduates and current teachers into under-resourced rural primary schools for two-year fellowships in order to combat inequitable access to quality education and low primary school completion rates.Haiti
  • Baale Mane (Girls' Home)

    Baale Mane is a girls’ home that aims to provide support for girls from disadvantaged backgrounds with long-term support in an environment that has the feel of a home rather than an institution.India
  • Bridge

    Bridge connects education innovators into communities of practice, fostering linkages between civil society, government, funders, practitioners, teachers, learners, principals, and parents to promote the sharing of effective education practices.South Africa
  • Can't Wait to Learn Sudan

    The Can't Wait to Learn Sudan project delivers out of school Sudan mathematics curriculum to out-of-school children through a self-paced, interactive, tablet-based program that children access in community spaces.Sudan
  • Children's Sure House

    Children's Sure House aims to provide education to children in rural Uganda through schools built by volunteers.Uganda
  • Chilla

    Chilla is a resource center providing support for street sex workers' children, HIV orphans, and children in conflict with the law.India
  • CHINANSI Foundation

    The Chinansi Foundation aims to alleviate human suffering and social injustices by providing hope for socioeconomic development.Malawi
  • College Catts Pressoir

    College Catts Pressoir promotes innovative thinking and experience-based learning among primary and secondary school students in Haiti.Haiti
  • Community Based Early Childhood Care and Development

    Mulumbo Early Childhood Care and Development runs community-based centers that provide ECED services to children ages 0-8 in economically vulnerable communities in Zambia, advocates for increased national attention to ECED, and mentors other ECED programs.Zambia
  • Community Empowerment Program (Tostan)

    Tostan’s Community Empowerment Program (CEP) uses a nonformal, human rights-based approach to education wherein it aims to empower communities with the knowledge and tools that will enable them to develop their own futures.Senegal
  • Discovery Project Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria

    Utilizing their experience in transformative educational media, Discovery Learning Alliance (DLA) leads the Discovery Project to improve the quality of teaching and learning by providing educational video libraries, training over 15,000 teachers, and reaching millions with national television programs.Ghana
  • Dream A Dream

    Dream a Dream is a professional charitable trust registered and based out of Bangalore working to provide young people from vulnerable backgrounds since 1999 with skills, career, and social development.India
  • Dreamcatcher

    WEMA Dreamcatcher is a bus fitted with computers offering street children free access to e-learning to improve literacy and numeracy skills.Kenya
  • ECD @ Home

    The program provides educational toy boxes suitable for infants, as well as ECD training of home-based care teams and parents to enable optimal use of the educational toys.South Africa
  • Educate Girls

    Educate Girls' program model leverages existing government and community resources to make quality education accessible to the most marginalized girls even in the most rural and remote areas of the challenging districts in which it operates.India
  • Ensuring Children Learn

    The Ensuring Children Learn program provides remedial academic support to government school students in primary classes, with the objective of helping them achieve grade-specific competencies so they are performing at grade level by the time they reach secondary school.India
  • First Steps (Intera za Mbere)

    First Steps (Intera za Mbere) promotes healthy early childhood development by providing holistic parenting education through radio-facilitated peer learning groups and increasing access to emergent literacy materials for young children.Rwanda
  • Future First Global

    Future First seeks to champion the development of alumni associations in high schools, to mobilize former students of the school to engage with pupils as career role models and mentors, providers of work experience placements or facilitating extra-curricular activities in their former school.United Kingdom
  • Getting Ready for School

    The Getting Ready for School program trains older children to actively engage with pre-school children in their communities, helping young learners prepare for a successful transition to primary school in areas where formal preschool is not available.Global
  • Global Give Back Circle

    The Global Give Back Circle is an initiatve implemented by the Kenya Community Development Foundation to empower disadvantaged girls through the use of mentors to help girls break the cycle of poverty.Kenya
  • Healthy and Sustainable Schools Programme

    The purpose of the Healthy and Sustainable Schools Programme is to ensure that all children complete secondary education with life skills that link learning to livelihoods with global awareness, enterprise skills, active citizenship, health awareness, and environmental literacy.Tanzania
  • High Schools Transformation Project (HSTP)

    The High Schools Transformation Project (HSTP) spends three years partnering with two secondary schools in Timor-Leste to provide a quality, relevant education model that the Ministry of Education can replicate.Timor-Leste
  • Ilm on Wheels

    Ilm on Wheels aims to enhance learning achievements in mathematics for public primary school children in the remote areas of Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, by providing access to online learning content and tools via a satellite-enabled Mobile Van.Pakistan
  • ISLI Fellowships

    India School Leadership Institute aims to create a pipeline of exceptional school leaders to direct schools that commit to academic achievement and character development of children from underserved communities.India
  • iSmart Kenya

    Livelyhoods creates jobs for youth in slums by building a network of door-to-door sales agents and store assistants through the sales agency iSmart.Kenya
  • iWitness in Rwanda

    The iWitness in Rwanda project uses witness testimony of genocide via internet based resources to promote positive values through increasing the understanding of genocide.Rwanda
  • Jailoo Kindergartens

    Jailoo kindergartens are mobile kindergartens set up in tent-like structures in high mountain pastures, or jailoo, of Kyrgyzstan to provide educational and developmental opportunities for children of nomadic families who move to remote areas for several months each year to graze their livestock.Kyrgyzstan
  • Job Placement Training

    The Job Placement Training program provides students with the professional and vocational skills that are in demand by employers in the Middle East and North Africa region and places students in jobs upon graduation.Egypt
  • Jujurha Education Centre (JEC)

    The program addresses the need for Early Childhood Development (ECD) education in the villages of the Xhora Mouth Administrative Area through an education center with a holistic focus on physical, social, emotional, and mental development.South Africa
  • Kidogo

    Kidogo is a social enterprise that provides high-quality, affordable early childhood care and education for families living in Africa’s urban slums.Kenya
  • Kuepa

    Kuepa provides affordable online and real-world classes to help low-income individuals in Latin America and the US complete GED, vocational, and technical skills programs.Argentina
  • Lchokuti Foundation

    With the help of local staff as well as international volunteers, the Lchokuti Foundation provides informal education and advice to out-of-school students by teaching life skills, language, literacy, culture, and health.Kenya
  • Little Ripples

    Little Ripples is an adaptable and efficient education innovation that builds the capacity of refugee women and improves the social-emotional, cognitive and physical development of children ages three to give through in-home, state-of- the-art, customized education.Chad
  • Living Right

    Living Right reaches out to pregnant women, parents, primary school children, teens, and other adults to build an AIDS free generation using short- and long-term strategies among the communities in which it works to bring hope and break despair.South Africa
  • Mentorship Community of Practice

    The Mentorship Community of Practice leverages information and communication technologies (ICTs) to enable school-based mentors to find and share resources and connect with each other to support Rwanda’s basic education teachers.Rwanda
  • Mobile Creches

    Mobile Creches provides free education, nutrition, and healthcare for the young children of migrant construction workers at urban construction sites and slums around Delhi.India
  • Mother Child Education Program

    Mother Child Education Program is a home-based early childhood development program designed for preschool children aged 5-6 years and their mothers.Turkey
  • Muktangan

    Muktangan follows an innovative model of education within the mainstream in government schools providing child-centered, inclusive, English-medium schooling to underprivileged children in Mumbai.India
  • MYSA Leadership Awards

    MYSA uses football to empower youth in informal settlements and foster leadership skills and community development.Kenya
  • Nairobi Parenting Training Program

    The Nairobi Parenting Training Program uses the internationally accredited Incredible Years Program to deliver practical skills and strategies to parents, grandparents, nannies, early childhood development teachers, and other caregivers using scientifically proven techniques known to be both effective and efficient.Kenya
  • Nal'ibali Reading-for-Enjoyment Campaign

    The Nal’ibali Reading-for-Enjoyment Campaign combines a national mass media and awareness campaign with a face-to-face mentoring and support program to establish reading clubs and encourage increased and improved literacy in six provinces across South Africa.South Africa
  • New Education Highway

    NEH partners with existing educational institutions to provide education technology hardware, software, and training to help improve students access to and quality of education.Myanmar (Burma)
  • Nhaka Foundation

    Nhaka Foundation leads holistic interventions designed to support early childhood development (ECD) programming in primary schools.Zimbabwe
  • Norkitt Education Leadership Initiative (NELI)

    The Norkitt Education Leadership Initiative (NELI) works to promote democratic participation in public education, as well as reduce inequality by working with School Governing Body (SGBs) to build their capacity to better run their school, attract community support, and have the confidence, skills and networks needed to create accountability.South Africa
  • Pebbles Project

    A multifaceted approach to supporting learners (0-18 years) from farm worker communities in the Western Cape, with expertise in special education.South Africa
  • Plexx

    Plexx is a digital career counsellor that allows young people without college degrees to explore occupations, find local training, and apply to jobs from their mobile phone.BrazilUnited States of America
  • Pratham Science Program

    Pratham Science Program is a science popularization program in rural India that aims to stimulate scientific curiosity among middle school children (Standards V – Standards VIII) through vigyan mitra (friend of science) and by establishing science clubs and conducting experiential learning modules.India
  • Prikkle Academy Collaborative Community Program

    Prikkle Academy's Collaborative Community program engages rural Nigerian youth and young adults in an intensive training that helps them realize their full potential and develop sustainable social solutions for their communities.Nigeria
  • Project Hello World

    Project Hello World provides isolated and vulnerable communities in Sub-Saharan Africa with educational content and Internet access through outdoor solar-powered Internet kiosks, the Hello Hubs.Nigeria
  • Project Kakuma

    Through Project Kakuma, teachers from all over the world provide education to students in the Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya via Skype.KenyaBelgium
  • Projecto Oceano

    Projecto Oceano provides after school training for high school students (14-19 years old) in the island of Mozambique to improve their entrepreneurial thinking and their school performance.Mozambique
  • Promoting Access to Community Education (PACE)

    PACE leverages the large proportion of Kenyan youth who are transitioning between high school and university and engages and trains them as teaching assistants to serve in some of the most disadvantaged schools for a period of three to six months.Kenya
  • Promoting Early Childhood Development

    PATH seek to promote and scale up Early Childhood Development through an integrated program, ingrained in the health sector which includes child protection, health, nutrition, stimulation and learning through play.MozambiqueKenya
  • ReachUp!

    Harnessing the power of youth, Digital Opportunity Trust transforms young people into leaders of change as they coach their peers through technology, business, workforce readiness and entrepreneurial learning experiences.Kenya
  • Ripple Reading

    Ripple Reading uses specialist retired teachers and university students to support and empower children from the impoverished areas in Johannesburg.South Africa
  • S.L.U.M.S (Student Leaders Understanding My Slums)

    Through Service Learning, youth in informal settlements redifine the narrative about urban settlements, engage with their community's problems and bring exposure to the various plights, whilst creating new solutions for upgrading.Kenya
  • SAEP Bridging Year Programme

    The SAEP Bridging Year Programme helps promising, motivated matriculants from under-resourced schools to further develop the academic and life skills they need to access and succeed in higher education, learnerships, and meaningful employment.South Africa
  • SAEP Hope Scholars Programme

    The Hope Scholars Programme delivers after-school tutoring for high school students aged 13 to 15 in the marginalized community of Philippi, outside Cape Town.South Africa
  • Safina Women's Association

    Safina Women’s Association (SAWA) is dedicated to improving the well-being of women and children by promoting inclusive education and working closely with the government to influence policies, guidelines, and legislation concerning the welfare of women and children.Tanzania
  • Samridhdhi Bridge Program

    This is a bridge program for out-of-school children to bring them up to age-appropriate standards of mainstream schools.India
  • School in Bag

    The program provides quality education through formal primary schooling to tribal communities, uncovered populations who are first-generation learners in remote hamlets and villages in districts of West Bengal state.India
  • Seed of Hope

    Seed of Hope is a program of Vision Africa that offers vocational training to out-of-school youth in underserved areas, including urban slums and rural regions.Kenya
  • Sementes Brilhantes (Bright Seeds)

    Sementes Brilhantes equips caregivers in public childcare centers with the pedagogical tools and support needed to deliver proven methods for promoting early childhood development.Brazil
  • Student Empowerment Program

    The program helps students to acquire skills to improve communication, confidence, and motivation and strengthen interpersonal relationships to reach their greatest potential.India
  • Student Sponsorship Programme

    SSP works to close South Africa's income gap by financing low-income secondary school students to attend a top secondary school, and through a student and family support program to ensure that students will succeed in their new environment.South Africa
  • Suraksha Education Centers

    A holistic approach to addressing persistent poverty, Suraksha centers leverage innovative teaching methods, community engagement strategies, education technology, and more to ensure that students develop into well equipped, self-confident and productive community members.India
  • Swalpa English, Thumba Fun

    The program delivers easy-to-use and teacher-friendly teaching/learning materials in English to enhance exposure to English in "low language input" in government school classrooms.India
  • talkUBUNTU

    talkUBUNTU is a project-driven social media learning enterprise designed to build creative partnerships between schools, the business-industrial sector, as well as civil society.South Africa
  • Teacher Development Program

    The Teacher Development program aims to train a wider range of teachers and community workers to facilitate the development of Life Skills amongst young people in their own schools and regions.India
  • Thanda After-School

    Thanda's After-School Program aims to develop motivated, life-long learners with the confidence, knowledge and skills to improve both their own lives and their communities.South Africa
  • The Akaa Project

    The Akaa Project's Asiafo Amanfro Community School serves students who don't have easy access to education in the Eastern Region of Ghana.Ghana
  • The Eklavya Project

    The Eklavya Project assists families in gaining access to high-quality private schools through India’s Right to Education Act.India
  • The Sozo Educentre

    Through offering free tutoring, career guidance and mentorship, the Sozo Educentre aims to provide a secure and supportive environment for high school students living in a low-income community throughout their high school careers.South Africa
  • Trailblazer Program

    enke's Trailblazer Program inspires and supports young people to take action on the most pressing social issues in their communities.South Africa
  • Ubongo Kids

    Ubongo Kids is an interactive educational TV program that delivers math and science lessons to students through entertaining stories and songs.Tanzania
  • Uday Samudaik Pathshalas

    Support, strengthen, and popularize the idea of a child-centric innovative education system through endeavors of quality in education so that communities start demanding the same from the existing education-providing structures.India
  • Uno A La Vez

    Uno-A-La-Vez uses community-based social enterprise to fund after-school programs and scholarships for vulnerable and at-risk youth in Costa Rica.Costa Rica
  • VICDA School Projects

    VICDA identify underprivileged communities in need of support in the areas of health/nutrition, education, and sanitation among other projects.Kenya
  • Vutakaka Junior School

    Vutakaka Junior School is a primary school in the coastal region of Kenya following the national curriculum with a focus on strengthening English speaking and teaching skills to improve learning.Kenya
  • Vutamdogo

    The Vutamdogo (Pull the Little One) program works to improve the literacy and numeracy of Tanzanian children in grades 1-2.Tanzania
  • Wash in Schools (WinS)

    Implemented by Maji na Ufanisi (MnU), WinS is a program that improves the quality of education for disadvantaged children through participatory, innovative and pro-poor water and environmental sanitation solutions in public primary schools in Nairobi.Kenya
  • WASH United

    WASH United develops interactive games to educate children and change behavior around the difficult issues of sanitation and hygiene.Kenya
  • We Love Reading

    We Love Reading (WLR) promotes an appreciation for learning by establishing community libraries and training local women to lead read aloud sessions for young children.Jordan
  • YCAB Healthy Lifestyle Promotion (HeLP) Program

    HeLP's peer-to-peer promotes health lifestyles among Indonesian secondary school students, substantially decreasing the risk of unhealthy behavior and increasing knowledge associated with sexual relationships, HIV/AIDs, and drug prevention.Indonesia
  • Young Changemaker's Program

    The Young Changemaker’s Program implemented by Akili Dada targets underprivileged girls at the secondary level and contributes to molding them into future leaders.Kenya
  • Zimbabwe Network for Early Childhood Development Actors

    Zimbabwe Network of Early Childhood Development Actors (ZINECDA) is a national umbrella of Early Childhood Development Organizations working in partnership to influence policies, programs and practice related to Early Childhood Development (ECD) by sharing information on experiences and generating knowledge and understanding of ECD.Zimbabwe

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