Case Study: ELEP Uganda

January 24th, 2023

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ELEP (Early Learning Enhancement Project), a micro level incremental innovation complemented by comparative data, seeks to raise learning outcomes by engaging and empowering community education stakeholders to produce context-specific strategies, training events and learning innovations which address the realities of each individual project school. This is done by an annual cycle of assessment, analysis of resultant data, stakeholder interaction, creation of a work plan, and community action.  This cycle addresses learning outcomes as well as school management and school environment.

 

ELEP is part of the third and final phase of a larger program sponsored by the Tullow Oil Co and executed by Link Community Development (LCD).

ELEP is rated highly in the use of best classroom practices.  See the Innovations Grid annex

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