Case Study

GEARR-ing Up for Success After School

PEAS’ GEARR-ing up for Success After School project in Uganda supports 7,493 beneficiary girls. These girls are enrolled in the 28 PEAS secondary schools established in rural locations in Uganda. Before Covid-19, the project activities included continuing professional development (CPD) for PEAS teachers (including gender-responsive pedagogy and safeguarding), school management and governance training, girls clubs, and community advocacy to support girls’ education. During Covid-19, activities have included establishing and maintaining regular contact with beneficiary girls, printing and distribution of National Curricumum Development Centre secondary home learning packs, and the production of a set of radio lessons broadcast on local radio stations.

Resource Info

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PEAS, UK Girls' Education Challenge

Topic(s)

Gender
Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Levels of Learning - Secondary Education

Geographic Focus

Uganda