[Report] GEC Independent evaluation: Educating girls with disabilities

The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) launched the Girls’ Education Challenge (GEC) in 2012 and since then has added a Phase II of the programme which covers the period 2017-2025.

Phase II focuses on 41 projects operating in 17 countries.  The two expected outcomes overall are:
• Improved learning outcomes for marginalised girls; and
• Increased transition through key stages of education, training, or employment.

The Independent Evaluation of Phase II is the latest report from the GEC, launched this month.

It has a thematic focus on disability and looks at the ways GEC projects have supported girls with disabilities and the impact on these girls, their teachers, families and communities.

Read the full report for information about the evaluation and its conclusions.

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