Wasichana Wote Wasome (WWW): Let All Girls Learn is a project supported by DfID (UK) that aims to improve school enrollment, retention, attendance and learning outcomes for 81,000 marginalized girls in Kenya. The project will work in 500 primary schools and their communities in two contexts: Arid and Semi Arid Lands (ASALs) and urban slums.
Principals Academy Trust aims to enhance learner outcomes and school functionality by improving school leadership. Principals are trained using a business school style, high quality executive management program, coupled with on-going mentoring and coaching by experienced principals.
Shakilize Schools Program uses Shakili, a virtual platform that allows teachers to create, organize, and share educational materials with students. The program sells subscriptions directly to public and private primary schools in Kenya and provides ICT training for teachers.
The GEC BRAC Maendeleo Tanzania project seeks to empower and improve the learning experience for at-risk and out-of-school girls to complete primary and lower secondary education in Tanzania. Girls clubs and mentorship programs feature academic tutoring, life skills training, and peer-learning and support.
SOAR Initiative trains girls as peer educators to address sexual and child abuses in schools, encourages girls to remain in schools, and enhances overall girls' education in northern Nigeria, where girls are more likely to drop out of school.
The Citizenship and Civic Education project endorses citizenship awareness in primary and secondary schools. The program promotes teacher re-orientation and the effective teaching of these subjects in schools.
Technology Education Enhancement is an initiative focused on stimulating student interest in creative design and the use of technology. It aims to help teachers and students become creative designers of electronic crafts and other related projects.