Teacher Training and Evaluation

# Programs: 220
# Research & Evidence: 99

Related Programs

  • a-ACADEMY Smart Learning

    High Quality Digital Education: With a-ACADEMY's digital curriculum, learning finally becomes exciting, captivating, motivating, effective, and successful.Kenya
  • AB-Sé

    AB-Sé is a quarterly magazine published by Fundación Empresarial para el Desarrollo Educativo (FEPADE).El Salvador
  • ADEMA Education Program

    The Education Program of ADEMA-Haiti oversees the implementation of the country's education policies in schools of the North West region and helps school attain the national education objectives through a series of activities and workshops.Haiti
  • aeioTU

    aeioTU is social enterprise operating centers that offer education, nutrition, and care for children from birth to age 5.Colombia
  • AflaAcademy for Financial and Social Education

    This project implemented the Aflatoun program offering financial and social education to Rwandan children through a learner-centered teacher training program drawing on active learning methods, and aims to build the capacities of young people to become responsible citizens and entrepreneurs.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
  • ASER Evidence for Action

    Founded in 2005 the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) is the largest citizen-led household survey in India.India
  • Basic Concepts

    Basic Concepts is a teacher professional development program to build pedagogical skills for student foundations in language development, numeracy, and literacy.South Africa
  • Beacon Schools Initiative

    The Beacon Schools Initiative (BSI) is a public-private partnership bringing high quality education to public lower secondary schools with private management.Cambodia
  • 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
  • BridgeIT

    BridgeIT uses mobile phones to deliver professional development materials and educational resources to teachers.Philippines
  • Build Africa

    Build Africa works in the rural areas of Uganda and Kenya by combining educational and income-generating opportunities that aim to contribute to the eradication of poverty.Uganda
  • Camara - Transforming Education

    Camara is a Not-for-Profit operating a social enterprise model that uses technology to deliver 21st Century Skills to improve education in disadvantaged communities in Kenya.Kenya
  • Chalk House Play & Learn Centers

    Chalk House Play & Learn Centers cater primarily to the education needs of disadvantaged children who have not only missed out on the benefits of early childhood learning, but are presently without access to quality education opportunities.Nigeria
  • Community Initiative to Strengthen Government Schools

    The program directly places its trained motivators in government schools to make the teaching-learning process more responsive and effective in fulfilling the needs of the student community to make the government school system more effective and beneficial for the students and community as a whole.India
  • Complete Business Accountant - CBA

    This unique course offered by TeamLease is designed to garner the specific requirements of accounting and finance for graduates to provide them opportunities for work.India
  • Connecting Classrooms - School Partnerships

    Connecting Classrooms (CC) is a global education program which offers funding and resources for school partnerships, and the opportunity to share best practices with colleagues in the UK and more than 50 countries throughout Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and the Americas.Nigeria
  • Construyendo Escuelas Exitosas

    Construyendo Escuelas Exitosas connects the public and private sectors to support thousands of children in marginalized, public schools in Peru.Peru
  • Corona iTeach

    Corona iTeach is an innovative teacher training program aimed at attracting promising recent university graduates to careers in teaching.Nigeria
  • Daraja Early Care and Education Program - Watoto Wonder Bus

    The Watoto Wonder Bus is a mobile teacher training initiative that visits schools and childcare centres across informal settlements in Nairobi to train teachers and share innovative resources with the aim to improve teaching and learning in early years education.Kenya
  • Deportes para Compartir

    Deportes para Compartir raises awareness about global challenges, activates global citizenship, and encourages the practice of civic values, development of a healthy lifestyle, and respect for cultural diversity in elementary school students through physical activities and games.
  • Design for Change (DFC)

    Design for Change (DFC) is a global movement that aims to empower students to say "I CAN" and inspire others by telling their own stories of change.India
  • Devio Arts Centre

    Devio Arts Centre is a non-profit children’s art centre based in Ghana that uses a learning through play experience to promote holistic child development.Ghana
  • Digital Study Hall (DiSH)

    The DiSH project uses interactive video lessons to deliver quality lessons in public primary schools in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, simultaneously training teachers to improve pedagogy and teaching practices.Pakistan
  • Dignitas

    Dignitas Project provides access to learning material and infrastructure support to children of school going age.Kenya
  • 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
  • Early Inspiration

    Early Inspiration is an intervention program that provides training and support for parents and ECD practitioners to maximize young children’s learning and social adjustment capabilities in South Africa through facilitator training as well as a strong emphasis on family home visits for the most at-risk children & families.South Africa
  • Edify

    Edify supports the improvement of affordable independent Christian schools by expanding their access to capital through loans, then provides technical assistance to drive both pedagogical and operational improvements.GhanaDominican Republic
  • Educar Chile

    A free online education portal providing interactive instructional and training materials as well as networking to students, teachers, administrators, and parents throughout Chile.Chile
  • Educate Girls - Creative Learning and Teaching (CLT)

    Educate Girls’ Creative Learning and Teaching (CLT) program trains government school teachers in child‐centric techniques that utilize activity‐based and playful learning games to teach English, Hindi, and Math to students at the primary level grades 3, 4, and 5.India
  • Education de Base (EDB) Program

    The Education de Base (EDB) project was a collaborative effort between the public and private sectors at the national, regional, and local levels to transform middle school education in Senegal.Senegal
  • Education Leadership and Management (ELM)

    Azim Premji Foundation's Education Leadership and Management program strives to enhance the quality of education in government schools by providing comprehensive training and other support to state education department officials, head teachers, and institutions to improve institutional capacity in schools and education departments.India
  • Education Partnerships Africa

    Education Partnerships Africa (formerly Kenya Education Partnerships) is a UK charity and NGO through which students from UK colleges directly support rural, district secondary schools by providing them with resources and investment advice.Kenya
  • Educational Leadership Development

    Investing in future leaders by assisting department officials, school leaders (pre-primary, primary, and secondary schools) and Staff Management Teams to become better equipped to deal with challenges through coaching, mentoring, and training.South Africa
  • Edulever’s Vocational Training Support Program

    This program develops curricula on soft skills as well as technical skills for vocational training programs, conducts teacher training, and develops program processes for vocational training programs of several corporates and civil society organizations.India
  • Edunova ICT Human Resourcing for Schools

    Edunova identifies unemployed young adults and trains them in ICT support, then delivers specialized ICT services to schools, tertiary institutions, and other learning organizations with a focus on the effective use of ICT by learners and educators.South Africa
  • Edupeg

    Edupeg works to improve teacher quality in South African primary schools through mentorship and capacity-building within the classroom environment.South Africa
  • Elige Educar

    Elige Educar aims to improve the quality of Chile’s teachers through influencing public policy, attracting top students to enter the profession, and launching national media campaigns to enhance the societal perception of teaching.Chile
  • English in Action

    English in Action works through mobile phones, the internet, television programs, print media, and peer learning to improve English language skills of citizens of Bangladesh.Bangladesh
  • Enhancement of Girls Participation and Completion of Primary Education (EGPCPE)

    The Enhancement of Girls Participation and Completion of Primary Education Program is an initiative launched by the Creative Centre for Community Mobilization (CRECCOM) and PLAN Malawi that seeks to mobilize and strengthen the capacity of parents, school administration, and community leaders to support primary school students through training.Malawi
  • Enseña por Colombia

    Enseña por Colombia is a teaching and leadership development program designed to bring about both classroom and widespread change in Colombia's education system.Colombia
  • eSchool360

    eSchool360 aims to reinvent education in rural Zambia by providing a comprehensive, scaleable, and sustainable one-stop-shop "kit" for starting and running a school that incorporates e-learning and active learning.Zambia
  • Escola Que Vale

    Escola Que Vale provided continuing education and professional development for public school managers and teachers, offering onsite training in the subjects of Portuguese, math, and art, as well as management training and the provision of teaching resources.Brazil
  • Escuela Nueva

    The Escuela Nueva model was originally developed in the mid-1970s to improve the quality of rural public schools in Colombia.Colombia
  • eTeacher Training at Teacher Training Colleges

    The project aims to increase the integration of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) into the pedagogical practice of teacher trainers at Teacher Training Colleges (TTCs) and at secondary schools.Rwanda
  • Eureka SuperKidz

    Innovative after-school learning centers that impart quality education to children from the most marginalized families in Tamil Nadu.India
  • Experifun Learning Solutions

    Experifun designs and develops affordable and curriculum-based next-generation science exploratory gadgets for use in regular classroom sessions.India
  • FAWE Centres of Excellence

    FAWE's two Centres of Excellence (COE) in Kenya are a part of a larger group of 19 schools that provide gender-sensitive school management and teacher training and implement gender-sensitive curriculum.Kenya
  • Fe y Alegría (Peru)

    Fe y Alegria Peru is an Integral Educational Movement for the underprivileged, originally founded in 1955 in Venezuela by the Society of Jesus.Peru
  • Gestión y Liderazgo Escolar

    A comprehensive and nationally scaled pathway for developing effective school management, which includes tools for self-evaluation and professional development.Chile
  • Ghana Reads

    Seeking to improve literacy among elementary level children from low-income families, the Ghana Reads program provides teacher “coaches” that help teachers deliver a more interactive, activity-based curriculum while also supplying schools with Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) systems with up to two terabytes of educational resources.Ghana
  • Girls and Boys Town Education Model

    The Girls and Boys Town Education Model comprises a series of training programs for educators and school administrators that teaches skills, strategies and techniques to manage academic and behavioral challenges for learners, and also provides remedial courses for struggling students to increase chances for academic success.South Africa
  • Girls' Education Support Initiative (GESI)

    The Girls' Education Support Initiative (GESI) is a program funded by the Swedish Organization for Individual Relief (SOIR) that is implemented by the Creative Centre for Community Mobilization (CRECCOM).Malawi
  • 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
  • Hoopoe Books

    "Repatriating" traditional stories from Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the surrounding region, Hoopoe Books provides beautifully illustrated books, teacher guides, and teacher training to encourage literacy for all ages.Afghanistan
  • IDP Rising Schools

    IDP Rising Schools seeks to empower existing marginalized low-cost private schools with a combined bundle of services through proprietor capacity building in financial management and school administration; targeted microfinance loans to school owners; and techniques for effective teaching training.Ghana
  • 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
  • Inclusive Futures in Rwanda

    Inclusive Futures in Rwanda develops national standards for the education of children with disabilities and other special educational needs (SEN) to provide a framework for quality inclusive education.Rwanda
  • Inquiry Based Learning Programme (IBLP)

    SDF is developing a teacher training program to introduce a hands-on science learning approach that encourages empirical inquiry and increases students’ conceptual understanding of science subjects.Pakistan
  • Integrated Maths Programme

    A comprehensive mathematics development program that integrates online student activities and assessments, teacher professional development, student performance analysis, targeted student support, school management development, and the facilitation of professional learning communities.South Africa
  • Integration of Technology in Schools

    This program provides schools with interactive and student-centered digital learning content through an offline server and combines this with teacher training to facitilate child-centered pedagogy in the classroom.Nepal
  • Integrative Teacher Training (ITT) Program

    The ITT Program seeks to build teacher competency, improve student engagement and learning outcomes, and increase knowledge and support for education in rural communities by implementing School-Based Workshops (SBWs) for teachers that emphasize student-centered pedagogy and leadership development.Tanzania
  • Introduction to Basic Technology (IBT) Course

    The Introduction to Basic Technology (IBT) course is a program that operates out of public schools to expose rural students in 8th, 9th, and 10th grade to a wide range of vocational and technical opportunities and skills.India
  • 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
  • Jóvenes + Emprendedores

    Jóvenes + Emprendedores partners with public high schools to provide job skills training and foster an interest in entrepreneurship among students.Colombia
  • Know Zone Rwanda

    Know Zone supports literacy, numeracy and life-skills learning through a combination of drama, storytelling, animation and studio-based programmes, backed up with interactive support materials.Rwanda
  • Learn English Audio Pilot in Nigeria (LEAPIN)

    Learn English Audio Pilot in Nigeria (LEAPIN) is working towards bridging the digital divide in Sub-Saharan Africa by utilizing an audio unit that is powered by kinetic and renewable energy to help English teachers and learners in the classroom.Nigeria
  • Learning Schools Initiative

    This initiative provides a well-structured, piloted framework that assists under-resourced schools in South Africa undertake meaningful and sustainable school improvement, through processes such as leadership and management development, mentoring, school self-evaluation, action planning, fundraising, education and training programs and reflection.South Africa
  • Literacy Boost

    Literacy Boost works with students, teachers, and communities to encourage reading, improve reading instruction, and strengthen core reading skills.Malawi
  • 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
  • Lively Minds Play Schemes

    Lively Minds trains Kindergarten teachers and volunteer mothers to lead play-based learning schemes for young children in government schools located in rural communities of Ghana.Ghana
  • Madrasa Early Childhood Programme (MECP)

    The Madrasa Early Childhood Program assists underprivileged communities in the establishment, development, and management of preschools; offering professional development and training courses to new and practicing preschool teachers and providing tailor-made technical support to preschools, civil society, government and private organizations.Kenya
  • Maestro 100 Puntos

    Premio Maestro 100 Puntos (The 100 Point Teacher Prize) is awarded to ten teachers annually for innovative projects in primary education with the goal of replicating best practices through workshops across the country.Guatemala
  • Magic English

    The program offers a high-impact, low-cost English language learning solution for students from rural, semi-urban, and urban contexts through the Karadi Path methodology, based on the mother tongue learning process and is effective in non-English environments where the teachers themselves do not have high levels of English language proficiency.India
  • Maths Centre Incorporating Sciences (MCIS)

    The program delivers teacher development in mathematics, science, technology, and accounting, thus assisting teachers toward sustainability in their schools and young people from disadvantaged communities to higher learning chances.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
  • Mobile Ger Kindergartens

    UNICEF Mongolia's mobile ger kindergartens travel each summer to serve hard-to-reach children of nomadic herder families and come equipped with furniture, teaching materials, toys, and meals for students.Mongolia
  • Move 4 New Horizons

    Move 4 New Horizons in Nepal is a holistic education program that consists of an early childhood development component, non-formal education classes, and vocational training.Nepal
  • 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
  • MyLearningAcademy

    MLA is an online and mobile SMS learning platform that provides an array of professional development content including virtual teacher-training courses.Nigeria
  • 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
  • NaTakallam

    NaTakallam (“we speak” in Arabic) recruits and hires displaced Syrians as language partners and connects them to Arabic learners around the world, providing affordable intercultural and language exchange by leveraging available online communication technologies.United States of AmericaLebanon
  • National Leaders of Education

    This program harnesses the expertise of successful school principals within a local education system, and deploys it to raise leadership and teaching standards of all schools across the system.Kenya
  • NeTT- The Necessary Teacher Training Programme

    Uses a digital learning portal known as Digital DMM to increase the number of well-trained teachers in rural communities, blending online learning materials and innovative pedagogy with state-curricula training.India
  • 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
  • Nokia Life+ English Teacher

    Through the Nokia Life+ web app on their mobile phones, primary school teachers in Nigeria can access high quality English teaching techniques, resources, activities, and other materials to enhnace their teaching methods, support their continuous professional development, and maximize learning for students.Nigeria
  • Northern Uganda Literacy Program

    Mango Tree is working in the Lango and Kumam language communities, with the goal of improving early primary literacy, both in the local language and English.Uganda
  • Nuru Kenya Education

    Nuru International: building the world's first self-sustaining, self-scaling, integrated development model to end extreme poverty.

    ORT SA CAPE addresses critical educational challenges in impoverished schools in the Western Cape, focusing on technology, mathematics, and literacy, through a comprehensive set of programs including teacher training, research, and after school programs.South Africa
  • Palabrario & Numerario

    Reaching nearly 400,000 students across Colombia, Palabrario & Numerario (Literacy and Numeracy) is a community-oriented teacher-training program that works with primary schools at the municipal level over the course of three years.Colombia
  • Palavra de Criança

    Palavra de Criança works with municipalities to plan and provide continuous teacher training, student diagnostic assessments, and parent engagement, as well as follow-up assessments to track student process.Brazil
  • Parikrma Humanity Foundation

    Parikrma's four schools use a model of "end-to-end" assistance to support students from severely underprivileged backgrounds in Bangalore by providing high-quality K-12 education supplemented by healthcare, family support services, scholarships for higher education, and career mentorship.India
  • Partnerships for Possibility

    The Partnerships for Possibility Programme pairs business leaders in South Africa with school principals to enhance principals' leadership and management capacity and therefore foster improvement in schools' educational outcomes.South Africa
  • Peace Promoting Schools Project

    Through training and workshops, Peace Promoting Schools empowers teachers and provides them with the skills and coping mechanisms they need to become peace educators, peace makers and peace builders in their schools, and to deal with conflict in the classroom.South Africa

    A public-private school management pilot which provides increased government funding to Mexico's most vulnerable school zones by promoting collaborative decision making and capacity building.Mexico
  • Preparation for Social Action (PSA)

    The Preparation for Social Action (PSA) program seeks to empower youth by making math, science, language, community development, and technology applicable to their everyday lives.Uganda
  • Primary Science Programme (PSP)

    The PSP is a teacher training and support organization which aims to improve the quality of teaching and learning in core subjects in disadvantaged primary schools in South Africa by providing training, classroom support and teaching materials.South Africa
  • Principals Management Development Programme

    An applied management development program which develops and supports school principals, their management teams, and circuit managers to improve the effectiveness of schools through the critical skills development of their management staff.South Africa
  • 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
  • PUPA Early Childhood Development

    PUPA creates teacher training information, courses, and workshops for low-income caregivers, educators, and parents to incorporate play into their work with children 0-6.Brazil
  • SAEP Early Childhood Development program

    SAEP's Early Childhood Development program aims to train, mentor, and provide support for ECD educators, principals, and parents to ensure young children in under-resourced areas have access to high-quality education.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
  • School Assessment for School Improvement (SASI)

    ITA has launched the ‘School Assessment for School Improvement (SASI) Program’ as a social enterprise in Pakistan that conducts comprehensive school assessments to improve school management; assessments result in implementable options for school improvement.Pakistan
  • School Support and Development and District Partnership Project

    The Pearson MARANG Education Trust develops effective in-service models for under-resourced and under-performing schools, enabling schools and officials of education districts to improve teaching and learning within the national education policy framework, through support, training, mentoring, coaching, ongoing monitoring, feedback, and reflection.South Africa
  • 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
  • Sikshana

    Sikshana partners with state governments to provide support to existing government schools.India
  • Siyakwazi

    Siyakwazi provides learning support for students, irrespective of disabilities or learning difficulties.South Africa
  • SOLE in a Box

    SOLE in a Box provides schools across South Africa with crowdfunded kits that allow students to guide their own learning by using the internet to answer "big questions" and develop IT skills, creativity, and entrepreneurship.South Africa
  • STIR Education

    STIR aims to reignite the spark in teachers and empower them to become committed, skillful, and influential changemakers and practitioners, so they can improve their own teaching and contribute to a wider teacher-led movement to improve children's learning.India
  • Subject Teacher Forum

    The program takes the approach of integrating information and communications technology into teacher education, focusing on building “Teachers Communities of Learning” to create digital learning resources and network with one another for sharing and learning.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
  • Teach For China

    Teach For China recruits, trains, and places top college graduates from China and the US as full-time teachers in under-resourced Chinese schools for two years.China
  • Teach for India

    Teach For India (TFI) is a non‐profit organization that aims to eliminate educational inequity in India by enlisting the nation's most promising college graduates and young professionals to serve as full‐time teachers in low-income schools for 2 or more years.India
  • Teach For Pakistan

    Teach For Pakistan is a non-profit organization that places some of the country’s most outstanding college graduates and young professionals in teaching positions in under-resourced schools for two or more years with the aim of tackling education inequity and leading their students to success.Pakistan
  • TEACH South Africa

    Recruits, trains, and supports university graduates to commit to teaching for at least two years in a disadvantaged school.South Africa
  • Teach the Teacher Program

    The Teach the Teacher Program, implemented by SeeBeyondBorders, provides training for Cambodian teachers through workshops delivered with assistance from volunteer Australian teachers; mentoring programs that provide continuing in-class support for teachers from Cambodian peer leaders trained by local staff; and relevant teaching resources.Cambodia
  • Teacher Corps Scheme

    The Teacher Corps Scheme identifies tertiary-level graduates of science, screens them through an examination-based process, and places them in rural public primary and secondary schools in target states, where they incorporate modern methods into their teaching.Nigeria
  • 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
  • Teacher Education and Professional Development (TEPD)

    The Teacher Education and Professional Development program supports education innovation in Kenya by providing technology-enhanced materials and training to improve the training of public school teachers and introduce new pedagogy to improve learning in Kenya's public primary schools.Kenya
  • Teacher Self-Learning Academy (TSLA)

    The Teacher Self-Learning Academy project delivers a teacher self-study program through the use of audio-visual materials made available on iPods and linked with teacher peer learning through teacher reflection groups.Rwanda
  • Technical Schools Turnaround Project

    The Technical Schools Turnaround Project supports leadership and management within schools that have historically performed at a high level, but have recently shown a marked decline in learner achievement, by implementing organizational development systems, school target-setting systems, and learner expectation and achievement agreements.South Africa
  • Technology 4 Education

    SEC has adapted the local government curriculum for use on digital interactive whiteboards, which have been installed at government schools in Punjab.Pakistan
  • 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 Complementary Basic Education (CBE) Project

    The Complementary Basic Education Project is an initiative of the Malawian government implemented by the Creative Center for Community Mobilization (CRECCOM) that seeks to improve access to primary education for out of school youth.Malawi
  • The Kilgoris Project

    The Kilgoris Project is a Christian faith-based organization that works with a local Maasai community in southwest Kenya to provide children with education, food, and water, and to foster economic development.Kenya
  • The Rally to Read Program

    The Rally to Read Program is a three year program providing schools in rural areas with books, teaching aids, educational toys, training, and support for teachers and students.South Africa
  • The Teacher Learner Care (TLC) Program

    The Teacher Learner Care (TLC) Program prepares teachers and other care workers to support children and youth who are affected by factors that impact their present and future well-being and holistic development, offering a short learning program, which consists of training, mentoring, and forums.South Africa
  • Tiempo de Juego

    Tiempo de Juego develops integral social skills and life skills in youth from the most vulnerable and violent communities of Colombia through sports and other recreational activities.Colombia
  • Transformational Teacher Training Program

    Led by Sabre Education, a charity working to improve early years education in Ghana, this initiative is a collaboration with the Ghana Education Service and Colleges of Education to deliver a Transformational Teacher Training programme which was first piloted in 2012 and directly supports Ghana’s efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 4.Ghana
  • Turkana Education for All (TEFA)

    The Turkana Education for All (TEFA) program aims to provide education for marginalized nomadic pastoralist children through the use of low-cost schools.Kenya
  • 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
  • UFS School Partnership Project

    Turning around dysfunctional and/or under-performing schools in challenged environments by using a hybrid mentoring, coaching, and training model focusing on School Management, Mathematics, Physical Science, and Accounting.South Africa
  • ukuFUNda

    ukuFUNda aims to facilitate equitable learning opportunities for children through mobile technology.South Africa

    A comprehensive approach to extending the use of computers in the classroom, UNETE has supplied 10% of Mexico’s public school students with media rooms, focusing on the most marginalized and remote communities.Mexico
  • USEP School Based Teacher Training

    Uganda Science and Education Programme (USEP) was established to compliment government efforts to improve the quality of teaching and learning of science subjects in secondary schools in Uganda.Uganda
  • VICDA School Projects

    VICDA identify underprivileged communities in need of support in the areas of health/nutrition, education, and sanitation among other projects.Kenya
  • Video Technology for Teachers

    SAHE is seeking to address the content knowledge deficit of teachers and students by training teachers in the use of pocket-size projectors to play instructional videos, such as those from the acclaimed Khan Academy.Pakistan
  • Wordworks STELLAR Programme

    The Wordworks Strengthening Early Literacy and Language Teaching in Grade R (STELLAR) Programme provides training and mentoring to Grade R teachers, to help them build the knowledge and skills to teach early literacy effectively.South Africa
  • Worlds in the Making

    Simorgh is developing and testing a tri-lingual (Punjabi, Urdu, and English) primer for class 1 students in Punjab, where the government curriculum is taught in either Urdu or English, to determine whether education in the mother-tongue will enhance learning outcomes.Pakistan
  • Young Africa

    Young Africa runs vocational skills training centers that are designed to equip youth between the ages of 15 and 25 with both vocational skills and life skills to enable them to lead productive and purposeful lives.Zimbabwe
  • Young African Express

    Young African Express is a magazine providing relevant and practical skills-focused learning for upper primary and secondary students and innovative instructional material for their teachers.Kenya
  • Young Heroes Program

    The Young Heroes Program is a comprehensive school-based physical education and sport intervention program offering teacher training, equipment and resources, and the opportunity for primary and high school students, from low-income communities, to play intramural, extramural and inter-school sport and to follow a physical education curriculum.South Africa
  • Youth Innovation Partnership

    Youth Innovation Partnership, formerly This is Africa, is an initiative of Bright Green Enterprise that offers a unique business development program to secondary students in Tanzania.Tanzania
  • Zaya

    Zaya’s goal is to bring world-class learning to every neighborhood by empowering teachers with the tools to deliver a personalized learning experience and to measure individual student’s progress and learning outcomes, thereby closing the sizeable achievement gap at the base of the pyramid.India
  • 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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