We are supporting a consortium led by Link Community Development, who will work with girls aged 14-19 years without functional literacy or numeracy and marginalised further due to early pregnancy, early marriage or disability. They will participate in an accelerated curriculum, approved by the Ministry of Education, and a choice of vocational or academic pathways thereafter. CGA is developing a tablet-based app to monitor each girls’ daily attendance through all pathways and to send automated alerts to relevant partners and staff in the event that this falls to a low level, with a subsequent online log of follow up actions to support each person. The data collected will also be used to enable adaptive management techniques, such as automated analysis of participation and transition and how this correlates to each girls’ circumstances so that programme delivery can be tailored accordingly.
We conducted a rapid baseline assessment for the Roméo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative. The baseline assessed the current state of awareness of issues relating to Child Soldiers and gender-based violence in South Sudan amongst Civil Society and security sector organisations, in the context of the 2018 Revitalised Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in South Sudan (R-ARCSS).
Led by Save the Children, we are providing a baseline study that provides a needs assessment, situational analysis and mapping. We are monitoring the project and providing technical support in the implementation of the Primary School Leadership Programme (PSLP), and the Primary School Inspection and Supervision Programme (PSISP) across South Sudan.
In partnership with the Ministry of Health, a mapping of partner activities in the health sector in South Sudan, a mapping of the information systems in use by various actors and a survey of a sample of health facilities covering clinical services, human resources, and public financial management.
We conducted a thorough assessment of the ways in which HRH information is managed in the six States in which MNCH2 works, comparing the current situation with National and global standards for HRH data management, and to any existing policy or guidance at National or State level. CGA carried out review of HRH systems (electronic and paper-based) in place at National, State, LGA and facility level, and set out a fully costed workplan for MNCH2 to integrate, upgrade and support HRH.
We conducted a Health Learning Assessment (HLA) for USAID South Sudan in order to provide a better understanding of the current health needs and gaps, and make recommendations for immediate and future modifications.
Evaluation of Education Management Information System, Somalia
An evaluation of the efficacy and sustainability of Concern Worldwide's Health Institution Capacity Assessment Process (HICAP), a key method to engage with local governance structures around community health.
Case Study assessment of schools participating in the Teacher Performance and Integrity in Kenya (TePIK) project
Analyse current GEC approach to reporting and monitoring in FCAS contexts, analyse practice in remote reporting and monitoring in FCAS contexts, in and beyond the education sector, make practical recommendations.
Evaluation of Save the Children's support (funded by DANIDA) to the Somaliland Ministry of Education to recruit and pay teachers, pending their integration onto the main government payroll, and their development of a basic payroll database system.