The Advancing Girls Education (AGE) Program is an initiative of the United States Agency for Development (USAID), aimed at supporting basic education through actions that reduce the various barriers that hinder the inclusion and advancement of girls in the education system.
USAID has selected the Consortium composed of CESC- leader of implementation and partners: N'weti, Uataf, Kukumbi and World Vision.
Support the advancement of Girls' Education (10-19 years old) by promoting their retention, learning and cycle progression so that more girls can complete Basic Education.
4 EXPECTED RESULTS
Improved access to school for girls aged 10-19 and increased community support for girls' education
Improved retention and performance of girls in primary and secondary schools
Increased access for girls and boys to key social services such as Health, Water, Hygiene and Sanitation and services in response to Violence (Justice, Social Action, etc.)
Improved safety of girls (10-19) in school, family and community
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA AND BENEFICIARIES OF THE AGE PROGRAMME
The programme focuses on girls and boys aged 10-19 in 12 districts of Nampula (Mossuril, Monapo, Meconta, Mecuburi, Rapale and Murrupula) and Zambézia (Milange, Gurué, Mocuba, Lugela, Namacurra and Alto-Molócuè) provinces, and a total of 741 EP and 42 ESG.