EXAMPLES OF OUR WORK


 

Technical Support for Education Innovations


The PSIPSE is a funder collaborative that seeks to both increase access to formal and non-formal secondary education and improve learning outcomes for marginalized populations. The PSIPSE contributes to this goal through funding in-country interventions that accelerate innovation, contribute to evidence-based policy reforms, and engage with and disseminate learnings to key stakeholders.

Impact Assessment


In 2015, TEP Centre, together with its partner MDF Netherlands, carried out an impact evaluation on behalf of Misean Cara; the Irish aid organization. The overall objective of this evaluation was to carry out a comprehensive outcome evaluation of Misean Cara education funding in Nigeria

Monitoring and Evaluation


The Lagos Eko Project is a $95m partnership between the Lagos State Government and the World Bank, aimed at improving the quality of teaching and learning in all 647 secondary schools in Lagos state. The project was designed as a specific investment loan for four years (2009-2013).

 

Citizen-Led Assessment of Learning


As a means to address gaps in education sector accountability, TEP Centre initiated LEARNigeria; a citizen-led household assessment and advocacy programme. The programme aims to determine foundational numeracy and literacy competencies in Nigeria’s children and strengthen the agency of government and community stakeholders to take action which will strengthen teaching and learning in Nigeria. 

Landscaping And Analysis Of Education Innovations


With funding from the UK Department for International development (DfID), the Center for Education Innovations (CEI) was launched by R4D to address the information gap on the scale, scope, and impact of the numerous organizations and social enterprises that make up the non-state sector in education.

Strategy Development


The Oando Foundation required a strategic approach to implementing the first stream of its Adopt-A-School Initiative (AASI). As an early stage planning activity, the Foundation requested a review of its education strategy to facilitate programme effectiveness and ensure compliance with local and international education mandates.

 

Vocational Skills Survey


Ford Foundation’s Office for West Africa recently proposed a regional initiative to support regional, national and sub-national efforts to rollout new secondary education curricula across ECOWAS. The proposed programme was to engage stakeholders in each country of the region on the baseline assessment of readiness, skill building for delivery and management of senior secondary education curriculum, and programme management support.

Rapid Assessment: Qualitative Research


The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) tasked Making Cents International with the YouthPower Learning initiative, which generates and disseminates knowledge about the implementation and impact of positive youth development (PYD) and cross-sectoral approaches in international development. Under the YouthPower Buy In Project: Nigeria, Making Cents International began to enquire in youth workforce and youth participation in the agricultural value chain in Africa.