AIR’s Commitment for Quality Education for More Children in Haiti is to improve access to quality education through donor funded activities and to leverage additional resources to maximize the impact of education reform efforts.
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The Child Friendly Schools (CFS) initiative in Nigeria was developed as a partnership between the Ministry of Education, UNICEF, and other national and international organizations in response to the dire state of education in Nigeria in the 1990s.
UNICEF contracted with AIR in January 2008 to conduct a global evaluation of the Child Friendly Schools (CFS) initiative. The evaluation was expected to serve as a baseline to examine the effectiveness of CFS programming efforts in the areas of inclusiveness, pedagogy, architecture and services, participation and governance, and systemic management.
The purpose of the Getting Ready for School intervention is to increase the successful transition of disadvantaged young children into school by imparting school readiness skills provided by their parents in their home. The Open Society Foundations contracted AIR to provide technical support for the evaluation of the pilot Getting Ready for School intervention program in six locations: Armenia, Bosnia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and the United States (North Carolina and NYC).
This issue brief describes how schools can be involved in deworming in sub-Saharan Africa and how U.S. policymakers can be involved.
The Programme Haitien d’Appui à la Réforme de l’Education (PHARE) in Haiti is a USAID-funded, deliverables-based contract with AIR. PHARE is USAID’s response to the Government of Haiti’s effort to restore, sustain, and expand education and health services. PHARE’s main objective is to reinforce the capacity of the Ministry of Education and Professional Training (MENFP) to plan, deliver, monitor, and evaluate educational services in public and non-public schools.