Over six years DHA advised EQUIP-Tanzania to champion scalable approaches to improve learning outcomes in primary schools, particularly for girls.
Working with a team of national and international education specialists, we developed a communications strategy during the inception period and over six years, continued to work with in-country communications staff to ensure social and behaviour change communications, policy advocacy and learning adapted to the changing needs of the programme.
During the final two years of the programme we focused on impact and legacy. We facilitated workshops to equip district information officers to continue championing community engagement in pre-school education, developed a series of practice papers to capture lessons learned and re-designed the website with a focus on showcasing what had been achieved.
Cambridge Education managed the DFID-funded programme.