Kirsten Galisson, MAProject Manager
Areas of expertise
- Active learning methodology
- Education quality and relevance
- Teacher education and professional development
- Learning materials development
- Primary education
- Post-primary education
- Public private partnerships
- Technical quality and technical assistance
- Institutional strengthening
- Education and workforce development
- Youth development and engagement
Projects & Resources
The Program for Education Development of Equatorial Guinea (PRODEGE), Phase II expands active learning, an approach that focuses on student-centered learning, to all of the country’s 800 primary schools, strengthens lower secondary education for grades 7–10 and builds the capacity of the education sector to administer a quality education system.
Funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development, this program aims to improve educational opportunities for economically disadvantaged students in lower secondary schools (grades 7-9) and out-of-school youth living in municipalities with high crime rates.
For more than four decades, FHI 360’s experts have contributed to improvements in early childhood development, primary education and higher education, and now we are making a major commitment to addressing challenges at the post-primary level.
This report highlights the major activities, achievements and results of PRODEGE’s first five years.
This study explores the central concepts of aid effectiveness in education. It reviews the introduction of education reforms in five countries over a 20-year period and draws on common patterns across those countries.