Our independent evaluation of the Girls’ Education Challenge covers a wide range of research questions, topics and outcomes.
As part of this, we also commission and manage research under the Rapid Research and Learning Fund. The reports below – through a number of research studies – answer specific research questions related to girls’ education in countries that are taking part in the GEC.
This report highlights key findings from Six years later, what has become of them? A cohort study of Somali women and girls who participated in the Somali Girls Education Promotion Programme (SOMGEP).
Commissioned by Tetra Tech through the Rapid Research and Learning Fund (RRLF), the study was undertaken by the University of Portsmouth (UoP), together with local partner, Consilient, between January and September 2022.
Commissioned by Tetra Tech through the Rapid Research and Learning Fund (RRLF), the study was undertaken by the Population Council between March and May 2022.
At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, schools in Kenya closed for 10 months, starting in March 2020. This policy brief summarises the impact these school closures had on adolescents’ education, health, and wellbeing in four counties in Kenya (Kilifi, Kisumu, Nairobi and Wajir).
This research study, prepared by the National Institute for Development Research (NIDR) in Nepal, explores the caste-centric structural obstacles to girls’ education in the Musahar community.