ASER – Informing education policies with research

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This case story documents an example of South-South/triangular cooperation in the context of building capacity with regard to primary and elementary education research. It involves a civil society organization from India, the ASER Centre, sharing its expertise and experience with an organization, Uwezo East Africa, operating in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda with funding from the Hewlett Foundation (U.S.) in an effort to build capacity to undertake primary and elementary education research to assess the status of rural education (learning levels, enrollment, etc.).

Year of publication: 
2010
Collection: 
South-South Opportunity
Country: 
INDIA
Country: 
KENYA
Country: 
TANZANIA, UNITED REPUBLIC OF
Country: 
UGANDA
Themes and sectors: 
Education and training
Case story length: 
2 pages

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