Girl Child Education in Africa

Donation Goal For This Project is $5,000,000
100% Donated/$0 To Go

Gender disparities in Africa education are the differences in outcomes observed between different sexes in Africa. Specifically, gender disparities allude to one sex being disadvantaged over the other in experiences and outcomes. Education disparities can be seen in different enrollment rates, dropout rates, and survival rates among the sexes. Often these phenomena happen together.

Gender disparities in education can also include a difference in the quality of education received. In Africa, gender disparities in education may be created or perpetuated by policy, ethnicity, region, religion, and age.

We, through Partners in Learning Programs have partnered with Ministries of Education, and African Centre for Women in ICT (ACWICT) and other stakeholders to transform education through the use of ICT in Education, specifically to build the capacity of women teachers in ICT while at the same time addressing the Girl Child issues.

We, through Partners in Learning Programs have partnered with Ministries of Education, and African Centre for Women in ICT (ACWICT) and other stakeholders to transform education through the use of ICT in Education, specifically to build the capacity of women teachers in ICT while at the same time addressing the Girl Child issues.