Projects by sector: Education

EU IMPACT

2017–2019

Eighteen-month programme to improve equitable access to primary education by funding monthly incentives for 30,000 primary school teachers worth $40 a month.

Girls’ Education Challenge

2017–2019

CGA continues its role as monitor for Somalia projects for GEC-T, the extension of GEC, which focuses on ensuring students are supported during tough transitioning periods, such as primary to secondary, or secondary to tertiary education. CGA, working with AET, work to ensure the GEC-T projects are meeting their learning outcomes targets in over 400 schools across Somalia and Somaliland.

Girls’ Education South Sudan

2013–2018

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.

KEEP II

2017–2018

CGA is supporting the World University Service Canada (WUSC) and partners to design and develop a Cash Transfers management system for use in its Kenya Equity in Education Project (KEEP) II, with support from the Girls' Education Challenge (GEC) Fund. KEEP II will support girls in refugee camps and host communities in northern Kenya, promoting equitable access to education.

Girls’ Education Challenge

2016–2017

We are responsible for the country coordination and education monitoring of DFID's two Girls' Education Challenge (GEC) projects in Somalia. As part of this work we carry out quarterly monitoring visits to the projects, and are responsible for liaison between the projects, the Fund Manager, and DFID.

Education Payroll Manual, Puntland State Government

2017

Working with the Recurrent Costs and Reform Financing (RCRF) project, we are working with the Puntland Ministry of Education and Higher Education and the Ministry of Finance to develop a education payroll manual for the Puntland Government.

Nigeria Attendance Management System

2014–2015

In support of the ESSPIN programme (www.esspin.org), funded by UK aid, and implemented by a consortium led by Cambridge Education, we have worked on the design and specification for a pilot for an SMS-based reporting system to monitor teacher and pupil attendance in two Nigerian states.

Roles and responsibilities for decentralisation education management

2013–2014

Support to the Rwanda Education Board, funded by the DFID Capacity Development Fund, to revise the roles and functions of decentralised education management staff, so that Districts and Region Education Officers, while reporting to local government, stay coordinated with the national Education Sector Strategic Plan, and so that supportive supervision of schools works effectively.