2017 - 2020
Impact evaluation, Data collection, Enumerator training, Evaluation design, Instrument design (quantitative), Instrument design (qualitative)
Across rural Zimbabwe, girls face unique challenges to success. Poverty, early marriage and pregnancy, and a range of other factors lead girls to be less likely than boys to complete higher levels of education. The Girls’ Education Challenge (GEC) is a Department for International Development program that aims to improve outcomes for girls in Zimbabwe and in 17 other countries around the world by funding girls’ education projects. IGATE (Improving Gender Attitudes, Transition and Education Outcomes) is a World Vision led initiative that uses this funding to encourage community development in ten of the poorest districts in rural Zimbabwe.
Limestone has been selected by World Vision and DFID to serve as the External Evaluator of the project for both the baseline and midline impact evaluations for the second wave of the Girls Education Challenge (GEC-T) project in Zimbabwe. The work includes:
IGATE-T (Improving Gender Attitudes, Transition and Education Outcomes) is a @WorldVision led initiative that supports marginalized girls' education across rural Zimbabwe. Read more about Limestone’s work as the External Evaluator for IGATE-T. #IGATE
As one part of the Ghana Priorities Project, the @Copenhagen_CC is conducting research to determine the smartest ways to reduce these mortality rates.