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Out of school children in the tea gardens and ethnic minority communities
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 2005-11)
Although many countries in the world have moved from compulsory primary education to compulsory secondary education and many increased the duration of primary and basic education from 4-5 years to more than six years, ...
Reaching primary education at the doorstep of the poor: the BRAC experience
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 2005-10)
It is a review paper on BRAC education programme. Starting with a description of the country context of the initial days of the programme it describes how the programme was developed and implemented, and expended throughout ...
Adolescent-to-adolescent development a pilot assessment of adolescent peer organised network
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 2003-08)
This is an early assessment of BRAC's Adolescent Peer Organised Network (APON) programme - an initiative towards adolescent-to-adolescent development in order to acquire and share knowledge through peer organised network. ...
Levels of basic competencies of the BRAC school graduates of 1995 and 1997
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 1998-04)
The education programme of BRAC is designed to provide quality basic education to the poor children of Bangladesh. Based on the Declaration of the World Conference on Education, BRAC designed an instrument to measure the ...
Regional variation and changes in competencies of BRAC graduates and their enrollment status in formal schools
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 1998-02)
This study aimed at examining the regional variation and changes in basic competency and enrolment rate of BRAC graduates. This is a secondary analysis of Nath's study on assessing the level of basic competencies of BRAC ...
Publlc service delivery in education: the BRAC experience
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 2003-05)
BRAC, a non-governmental development organisation in Bangladesh, has been working for the socio-economic advancement of the poor, especially the women and children. It has long experience in providing basic public health ...