Mathematica designed a rigorous evaluation of the girl’s education component in Niger. The component included public awareness campaigns, local action plans, tutoring and training, incentives for school-age girls and female teachers, and construction of classrooms and latrines.
Related Projects for Literacy in the Developing World
Niger: Improving the Education of Girls (IMAGINE)Apr 26, 2016
Burkina Faso: Impact Evaluation Design and Implementation for BRIGHT 1 and 2Mar 04, 2016
The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) sponsored the “Burkinabé Response to Improve Girls’ Chances to Succeed,” or BRIGHT program, to improve the educational outcomes of children in Burkina Faso. Its primary focus was girls, and it was implemented in 132 villages.
Niger: Education and Community Strengthening Impact EvaluationSep 04, 2015
The Niger Education and Community Strengthening program seeks to improve educational opportunities available to children while strengthening links between local communities and state structures. Mathematica is designing and conducting a rigorous evaluation of the initiative.
Latin America and Caribbean Reading Evaluation (LAC Reads)Jan 30, 2015
Mathematica is rigorously evaluating and determining costs for U.S. Agency for International Development investments in early literacy and access to education in conflict settings in the Latin America and Caribbean region.