Pilot

The Vutamdogo (Pull the Little One) program works to improve the literacy and numeracy of Tanzanian children in grades 1-2.
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Tech Dada, or Tech Sisters in English, equips girls and young women with skills in technology, design and business as well as helping to build their identity and expand their personal freedom.
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First Steps (Intera za Mbere) promotes healthy early childhood development by providing holistic parenting education through radio-facilitated peer learning groups and increasing access to emergent literacy materials for young children.
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Making the dreams of vulnerable children become a reality via education, empowerment and sound mentorship.
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Sementes Brilhantes equips caregivers in public childcare centers with the pedagogical tools and support needed to deliver proven methods for promoting early childhood development.
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Creating and managing school-gardens to improve learning at 100 primary and secondary schools across four districts of Rwanda.
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The Supporting Teachers’ English through Mentoring project uses a blended-learning approach to improve teachers’ proficiency in English and their confidence and ability to teach through the medium of English.
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The project aims to increase the integration of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) into the pedagogical practice of teacher trainers at Teacher Training Colleges (TTCs) and at secondary schools.
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