The Supporting School Improvement in Malawi (SSIM) project has enabled stakeholders at school, district and central levels of the education system to understand how their schools are performing and has empowered them to plan effectively for school improvement. As a result of this project 105,746 girls and 107,520 boys in Dedza are attending schools with more informed teachers and school governing bodies, more supportive and empowered communities, and better trained Primary Education Advisors.
We provide a range of targeted programmes to address the issues identified via our school monitoring and support process: Find out more about our School Performance Review process in our Virtual School.
Link Community Development’s vision is a poverty-free Ethiopia, in which girls and boys have equal access to quality education and can develop their potential for better life opportunities. Our purpose is to inspire innovations in education policy based on detailed evidence-based grassroots experience. Since 2007, LCD Ethiopia has been working in the Wolaita Zone of the Southern Nations Nationalities and Peoples Regional State supporting the School Improvement Program component of the General Education Quality Improvement Package.
School Capacity Building: Training for teachers and headteachers on school leadership, financial management, teaching literacy, and many other topics to make schools more effective. Further support for needs identified by schools – from building latrines to mentoring groups - is provided through our School Development Projects.