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RACE (Reaching All Children in Education)

CAMPE has recently signed a MoU with Palli Karma Sahayak Foundation (PKSF) an apex development organization, established by GOB in May 1990 for sustainable poverty reduction through employment generation. The project Reaching All Children in Education (RACE) is a part of ENRICH project run by PKSF. The project is aimed to achieve the following:

  • To continue the teaching assistance provided to the learners of Class 111 to Class V fiving in hard-to-reach areas and belonging to poverty stricken families.
  • To reduce drop-outs, increase attendance rate and develop competencies of the learners.
  • Instill moral and ethical values, awareness on health issues and develop the spirit of global citizenship.
  • Ensure attendance and inclusion of all children in school particularly those coming from ethnic minorities and the children with disability.
  • To reduce disparity in education through continued and effective engagement of the community with schools.

The project will be piloted in 21 unions of 12 districts engaging 17 Partner Organizations.

Results:

  • It is expected that following successful implementation of the project 25 thousand children of Classes iii to v belonging to 3 hundred schools will be directly benefited.
  • There will be significant improvement in community engagement, transparency and accountability in the selected schools.

Project Period:
This project will continue from 1st May to 30th October 2018.

Country Level Research and Advocacy Project

Addressing Financing and Privatization Challenges in the Post-2015 Education and Development Agenda (Country Level Research and Advocacy Project)

This project aimed to contribute to advocacy campaigns related to education financing and privatization issues within the context of Right to Education and the Education 2030 Agenda (previously EFA). It has created an opportunity to engage with HR treaty bodies, regional institutions, and national governments on education financing and privatization issues. It will pursue advocacy with governments and UN HR bodies, and start the advocacy on regulatory frameworks to push for stronger and more effective regulation and accountability of private actors in education, consistent with international and national laws, and with the provisions of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), specifically SDG 4/Education 2030. Education Coalitions in six countries in the Asia Pacific Region (Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, India Mongolia, and Philippines) are directly involved in the project. This project is supported by Asia South Pacific Association of Basic and Adult Education (ASPBAE) and OSF.

CSEF (Civil Society Education Fund)

CSEF (Civil Society Education Fund)  
CSEF was set up by the Global Campaign for Education (GCE) in 2009 to support the core work of national education coalitions so that civil society can fully engage with and track the progress of national governments’ and donor groups’ initiatives aimed at achieving the EFA goals.

Primarily funded by the Global Partnership for Education (GPE), CSEF demonstrates how the international donor community values civil society as a cornerstone in education sector processes.