Anne Smiley, EdDTechnical Advisor, Research in Education
Areas of expertise
- Research, monitoring and evaluation
- Teaching and learning
- Education in emergencies
Projects & Resources
Advancing Basic Education: Access for All Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Contract (ABE: ACCESS IDIQ)
Despite major worldwide gains in access to education over the last twenty years, there is increasing recognition that we are not meeting the needs of children and youth in conflict, crisis-affected and fragile environments.
The Education Quality Improvement Program 2 (EQUIP2) provided extensive research and technical support to USAID and governments across Africa, Asia and Latin America to develop education policy, improve educational systems, build organizational capacity, strengthen management skills in the education sector, and improve data collection and use in policy and planning.
This fact sheet describes how FHI 360 supports and strengthens education systems in conflict-affected and fragile settings using a context-sensitive, strengths-based approach.
For more than four decades, FHI 360’s global education experts have worked to ensure that all young people have equitable access to a quality education that equips them to become productive and empowered citizens.