Sir Michael Barber, Chair of the Global Agenda Council on Education submitted a White Paper to the World Economic Forum in July 2016. He has used Link as a case study to demonstrate how to ‘Unleash Greatness’ via ‘Benchmarking and Tracking progress’. This is based on our innovative School Performance Review (SPR) process.
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We are delighted to share the outstanding results from our Girls’ Education Challenge (GEC) midline analysis evaluation.
The midline evaluation relates to our Improved Girls’ Learning in Rural Wolaita project, funded by the Department for International Development (DfID), which has the goal to improve the enrolment, retention and performance of 62,777 girls in four districts of the Wolaita Zone in south-western Ethiopia.
Link Community Development Ethiopia is delighted to share a video with the Link family showing our work on the Girls’ Education Challenge in Ethiopia.
Created by funder managers PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), the video displays some of Link’s achievements and ambitions for this project. The Girls’ Education Challenge is working to reach one million marginalised girls in Ethiopia.
Link Community Development Uganda are delighted to announce that they are the recipient of a grant from Trust Africa to support phase two of the Lugungu and School Support Initiative in Buliisa (LaSSIB-2).
This grant will enable Link Community Development Uganda to enhance the management and functionality of schools using our innovative School Performance Review (SPR) process and the Early Grade Reading Assessment (EGRA). This project also aims to raise awareness of the value of reading among the wider school communities in Uganda.