Education for all: Lessons from an impact study on girls’ education projects

Each year, we produce a set of themed Learning Briefs that draw on internal and external evaluation and research work conducted over the past few years. Our Learning Briefs aim to distil key findings and points of learning that will be valuable to our members and those in the wider development sector.

Our second Learning Brief for 2022 has just been published. Titled “Education for all: Lessons from an impact study on girls’ education projects” it examines the longer-term impact of girls’ education projects on the lives of students
and graduates, but also their families and wider communities.

To read this Learning Brief please click here.

To see a complete selection of past Learning Briefs and other resources from Misean Cara, please click here.

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