Results 6 resources
Targeted and Multidimensional Approaches to Overcome Inequalities in Secondary Education for Adolescent Girls: The Impact of the Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED) Program in Tanzania and ZimbabweRose, P., Sabates, R., Delprato, M., & Alcott, B. - 2022 - Comparative Education Review, 000–000
In many low- and lower-middle-income countries, key barriers to girls’ secondary school access and learning include poverty, school inaccessibility, poor school quality, and lack of gender-sensitive practices in the classroom. The nongovernmental organization, Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED), provides a range of financial, pedagogical, and community-supported interventions aimed at removing these barriers in government secondary schools in Tanzania and Zimbabwe. Using longitudinal...
Cost-effectiveness with equity: Raising learning for marginalised girls through Camfed’s programme in TanzaniaSabates, R., Rose, P., Delprato, M., & Alcott, B. - 2018 - Policy Paper No. 18/2 (REAL Centre, University of Cambridge, 2018)
This policy paper provides a cost-effectiveness analysis of Camfed’s programme in Tanzania. Camfed’s programme adopts a multidimensional approach that is aimed at reaching marginalised girls at risk of dropping out from secondary schools by using interventions that are aimed at both increasing their chances of staying in school and learning.
Analysing Cost-Effectiveness Of Raising Learning For Marginalised Girls Through Camfed’S Programme: Methodological A Methodological NoteDelprato, M., Alcott, B., Rose, P., & Sabates, R. - 2017 - Zenodo
This note provides an overview of the methodological approach being taken to analyse cost-effectiveness of Camfed’s programme in Tanzania and Zimbabwei. It highlights the association between Value for Money and cost-effectiveness, and pays particular attention to the importance of measuring cost-effectiveness from an equity perspective. It further identifies the implications of calculating cost-effectiveness with consideration of sustainability, scalability and replicability of Camfed’s programme.
On the impact of early marriage on schooling outcomes in Sub-Saharan Africa and South West AsiaDelprato, M., Akyeampong, K., Sabates, R., & Hernandez-Fernandez, J. - 2015 - International Journal of Educational Development, 44, 42–55
This paper examines the effect of age of marriage on women's schooling outcomes for 36 countries from Sub-Saharan Africa and South West Asia. We employ an instrumental variable approach to account for the endogeneity of early marriage driven by socio-economic and cultural factors. Our results show that delaying early marriage by one year is associated with an increase of half a year of education in Sub-Saharan Africa and nearly one third of a year of education in South West Asia as well as a...
Education for All 2000–2015: Review and perspectivesBenavot, A., Antoninis, M., Bella, N., … McWilliam, A. - 2015 - ZEP: Zeitschrift Für Internationale Bildungsforschung Und Entwicklungspädagogik, 38(2), 10–15
Education for All 2000–2015: The Influence of Global Interventions and Aid on EFA AchievementsBenavot, A., Antoninis, M., Bella, N., … Zubairi, A. - 2016 - In K. Mundy, A. Green, B. Lingard, & A. Verger (Eds.), The Handbook of Global Education Policy (1st ed., pp. 241–258) - Wiley