Project: Girls’ Education South Sudan

Countries:
South Sudan
Dates:
2013–2018
Sectors:
Education
Funders:
DFID
(Devtracker ID: GB-1-202511)
Functional areas:
Attendance Management
Management Information Systems
Cash Transfers and Mobile Money
Partners:
BMB Mott MacDonald
BBC Media Action
Winrock
Cambridge Education
Forcier Consulting
Education for Change

What we did:

Five-year programme to get girls going to school, staying in school, and learning in school, and to directly benefit more than 200,000 individual girls. Funded by DFID, working with Ministry of General Education and Instruction, Government of the Republic of South Sudan, consortium led by BMB Mott MacDonald. We are the technical lead on systems for capitation grants to all schools, cash transfers to all girls in P6-S4, and attendance monitoring (South Sudan Schools’ Attendance Monitoring System).

Read more about how Cash Transfers and Operational funds for schools and clinics are effectively and securely targeted, delivered and monitored here.

Watch a video, launched in the Houses of Parliament on 29th March 2017, which showcases the project here.

 

Project staff: