Will help over a million of the world’s poorest girls improve their lives through education.
The Girls’ Education Challenge (GEC) was launched by the UK in 2012 as a 12 year commitment to reach the most marginalised girls in the world and is the largest global fund dedicated to girls’ education. The UK is committed to ensuring over a million girls in some of the poorest countries, including girls who have disabilities or are at risk of being left behind, receive a quality education.
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See development tracker for FCDO’s programme-level information
Baseline survey report on marginalised girls and their communities
Midline Evaluation Reports
Endline evaluation reports from the GEC Evaluation Manager based on surveys which followed up with the GEC girls 3 years on from baseline, and projects’ own evaluation reports. There are also 2 short policy briefs available summarising the evaluation approach, findings and recommendations:
Learning from GEC phase 1
- it’s all about the kids: Bringing Columbia’s Escuela Nueva approach to Zambian classrooms
- christmas wishes and sustainable goals through 2030
The Girls’ Education Challenge is managed on behalf of the UK Department for International Development (DFID) by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP in alliance with Nathan Associates Ltd. and Social Development Direct Ltd.
If you have any queries or comments regarding the Girls’ Education Challenge, please contact the Fund Manger through the website
The Girls’ Education Challenge has a zero tolerance policy on misconduct, including mistreatment of individuals and misappropriation of funds. If you would like more information on the whistle-blowing mechanism, or to report misconduct please email email@example.com. The e-mail account is accessible only by a small number of individuals who have been trained on the requirement to keep the information confidential. We will follow up matters on an anonymous basis and are committed to investigate claims thoroughly and fairly.