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The total beneficiaries for this project are 1,050,000 children, with a cost of USD 52,058,406, spanning over 3 years.
The project aims to reach out-of-school children and enroll them in formal and informal schools in Punjab, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Gilgit Baltistan, Baluchistan and Islamabad, the provincial capital. Include a two-pronged "push/pull" strategy to guide activities and interventions. The "push" strategy involves direct communication with government departments and local communities to implement registration campaigns, mobilize parents, and create local initiatives to register out-of-school children. This strategy will be implemented by project staff and government officials in partnership with the target communities. The "pull" strategy will focus on building new schools and classrooms in existing schools, providing quality education, providing improved learning environments and incentives for students.
Based in Doha, Qatar, Education Above All (EAA) is a foundation founded in 2012 by Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser. Its aim is to contribute to human, social and economic development through the provision of quality education. With a particular focus on those affected by poverty, conflict and disaster, it champions the needs of children, youth and women to empower them to become active members of their communitie...
The total beneficiaries for this project are 150,000 children, with a cost of USD 144,330,361, spanning over 3 years.
The project focuses on providing support to six governorates in Iraq (Baghdad, Erbil, Babil, Dhi Qar, Salahuddi...
The total beneficiaries for this project are 596597 children, with a cost of USD 143,232,678, spanning over 4 years.
The Access to Education Project for All Children in Mali is managed by the Education Development Center an...
The total beneficiaries for this project are 95,000 students, with a cost of USD 21,382,842, spanning over 3 years.
Taking to scale the Self-Learning Programme (SLP) piloted through its Equitable Access to ...