Research into the results of Edu4Change completed 7 October 2014

The results about the impact on teachers’ skills are promising. The authors have formulated challenges to improve the program.

Two Ethiopian NGO staff workers were trained in Gouda, July 2013, to be able to do research in their own country. The two colleagues, Marga (RDA-MKC) and Henock (Hope Enterprises), have explored the impact the Edu4Change program has made in schools that are supported by their organisations.

The report is now finished and will be presented to the CEO’s of the organisations involved in the coming months. The results about the impact on teachers’ skills are promising. The authors have formulated challenges to improve the program. A summary of the results will be presented on this website later this year.

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