The Girls’ Education Challenge is providing a unique and comprehensive resource for understanding how to overcome the factors which hinder the learning of disadvantaged girls.
We aim to share this learning to help improve the delivery of girls’ education and to influence policy, practice and resource allocation. We want to create a legacy that will support future practice, policy, programme design and research. We are making this information as accessible as possible through a variety of products and resources – from reports and tools, to blogs and interviews – to reach as wide an audience as possible in the girls’ education sector and beyond.
Designing and monitoring distance teaching and learning interventions: A guide for projects and implementers. CLICK HERE
Who are the GEC supported girls? CLICK HERE
All means all: What happens when you include girls with disabilities? CLICK HERE
GEC Learning Digest: Quarterly round up of GEC learning covering recent events, webinars, reports and blogs
Thematic review: Deep dive into an issue or approach, based on research and lessons from GEC projects
Tools and guidance: Practical advice, including case studies, usable frameworks and protocols
Country briefings: Six-monthly updates from each GEC country on project activities, achievements and lessons learned
Evaluations: Independent baseline, midline and endline evaluations of GEC projects
Lessons from the field: Short, themed reports based on GEC project activities and experiences
You can also access independent evaluations of the first phase of the GEC on the UK government website: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/girls-education-challenge.