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Teacher Effectiveness and Equitable Access for Children (TEACH) in Zimbabwe

Last updated: 20/12/2022
IATI Identifier: GB-GOV-1-300252


To safeguard educational gains made over the last decade. During this current period of economic instability and beyond, TEACH will sustain improvements made to learning outcomes and will target the poorest and most disadvantaged learners, including those with a disability. It will build on the learning from the previous United Kingdom (UK) support through the Education Development Fund but shifts focus to where it matters most by: • targeting the poorest schools so that they remain functional and can meet basic operational needs. • Testing and adapting evidence-based approaches to improve teacher effectiveness in the classroom, contributing to wider reforms of the national education system. • Supporting the Zimbabwean Government to end violence in schools by developing a comprehensive approach to safeguarding and positive discipline • Strengthening effective education systems so that they are more inclusive • Supporting improving financing of education


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Developing countries, unspecified, South of Sahara, regional, Zimbabwe
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Gender Equality significant objective

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Programme data last updated on 20/12/2022