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The Enrol OOSC Project: Break the Cycle of Poverty is implemented across seven countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America and the Caribbean. The 2020 UNDP Human Development Index (HDI) ranks Mali (184th) as low in the development index. The Human Development Index indicates that Mali is amongst the lowest in the world – less than 7 years – in the number of formal education years completed. Mali is in the lowest tier of the HDI rankings, and among the ten countries with the lowest mean average of years of school completed, with 3.2 and 2.4 years, respectively.
The EAC Break the Cycle of Poverty project goal is to improve inclusive and equitable quality education and lifelong learning opportunities for 29,755 OOSC of primary-school age across Mali. By formally collaborating with community members who play an active role in project execution and delivery, over the course of 6 years, the project aims to:
1. Increase access to primary school education for OOSC from targeted communities;
2. Increase communities and governments’ engagement throughout the project, ensuring long-term commitment and support to the education of all children; and
3. Increased enrolment and retention of OOSC from the targeted communities in the project countries.
The project will achieve its objectives through:
1. Construction of new primary schools in rural localities across Mali within the framework of a participatory methodology.
2. Sensitization and capacity building of community members, leaders, teachers, government officials and students.
3. Implementation of Accelerated Education Programmes and support to OOSC through classes, school kits and securing birth certificate registration
4. Creation of income-generating initiatives through collective products and individual small loans
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