Project completed implementation in January 2022
The IGATE project aimed to improve the lives of 35,290 marginalised adolescent girls by helping them to improve their literacy, numeracy, life skills and self-esteem.
IGATE helped girls to transition from primary to secondary education or onto employment or self-employment. It supported communities by offering non-formal, community-based learning opportunities for out-of-school girls. IGATE worked closely with key stakeholders in communities, schools, and the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education to develop capacity to manage and monitor effective learning, and constructively address issues around gender-based violence, early forced marriage and the value of girls’ education.
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