Themes: Education



Byuka Bakobwa (Wake Up Girls!)

L’AMIE is testing an innovative solution which aims to foster more equitable access for young girls who have been victims of gender-based violence to non-traditional professional training, by providing a safe and empowering environment. To achieve this, they receive financial support …

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Mobile technology: Mentoring and professional learning communities for women teachers in The Gambia

The Canadian Teachers’ Federation will work in partnership with The Gambia Teachers’ Union to test a technological solution that aims to equip and empower women teachers in The Gambia in order to retain them in the teaching profession. Selected women teachers will receive mobiles phones, tools which will enable …

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Creating Safe Spaces for Learning: My Body, My Health, and My Future (M3 virtual platform)

The Centre for Affordable Water and Sanitation Technology (CAWST)  and Pure Water for the World Honduras will be testing an interactive learning platform to increase knowledge, shift attitudes and change behaviours around menstrual health and hygiene (MHH) in Trojes, Honduras. …

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Promoting Community-Based Tabletop Simulation Development

Lessons Learned Simulations and Training will be testing workshops which train local humanitarian workers in Amman, Jordan in participatory, gender-aware simulation design. To test the effectiveness of these workshops, they will be followed by a period of coaching and mentoring …

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Inclusive E-Learning for Ugandan Youth

Embrace International Foundation will test a new approach to self-directed e-learning through the use of Mobile Learning Labs, which consist of a portable plug-and-play server RACHEL (Remote Area Community Hotspot for Education and Learning) and tablets. The project aims to …

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Girls Groundswell

Canada SOS will test an innovative approach to improving educational performance and retention among rural Mayan youth, especially girls, in Guatemala, using student-driven “learning circles” supported by e-learning technologies. “Learning circles” will be led by trained Indigenous youth (aged 13-21) …

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Technology and Training for Quality and Equality

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