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A Sector Indicator Guidance has been developed by DEVCO Unit 04 “Evaluation and Results” jointly with thematic units to enhance the quality of DEVCO interventions, in terms of design, monitoring and reporting. Education is one of the various sectors covered by the guidance. It presents results statements that are in line with DEVCO policy priorities and the Sustainable Development Goals, along with a range of indicators to monitor progress.
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This project aims to prevent violence against school girls and women in the community. It aims to promote their rights and social protection through by strengthening the role of public schools and educational communities of five vulnerable areas as guarantors and promoters of rights.
An event to launch the 2018 edition of the publication The State of Global Education in Europe 2018, a report summarising key trends in policy, themes and funding of Global Education and DEAR in Europe.
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The proposed action is a concerted effort by Edukans (Netherlands), together with the Malawian partners Education Expertise Development Foundation (EEDF), Centre for Youth Empowerment and Civic Education (CYECE), Girls Empowerment Network (GENET) and Teachers Union Malawi (TUM), targeting at increasing enrolment, retention and completion rates for vulnerable girls in 10 Community Day Secondary Schools (CDSS) in Malawi.  
The project aims to increase enrolment, retention and completion rates for vulnerable girls in 10 Community Day Secondary Schools (CDSS) in Malawi by; ensuring girls' safe access to schools, increasing family and community support to girls education, empowering girls to make informed decisions, claim their rights and challenge violence.
The specific objective of this assignment is to support the EU and the Government of Lao PDR in the identification and formulation of a range of possible interventions and EU aid modalities available to develop an education programme, which includes basic education, education sector governance and management (planning and finance).
Each year, the Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report analyses issues in education. The 2017/8 edition examines mechanisms that are used to hold governments, schools, teachers, parents, the international community, and the private sector accountable for inclusive, equitable and quality education.
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