The Tusome program materials provide daily activities in phonemic awareness, alphabetic principle, vocabulary, fluency, comprehension and writing.
WERK conducts termly spot checks in the 60 project schools and 20 comparison schools on education outcomes for marginalized girls’ enrolment and attendance.
The goal of the program is to improve school enrolment, retention, attendance and learning outcomes for over 81,000 marginalized girls in 7 counties.
Learning outcomes are entrenched as a measure for education progress at both policy and practice levels by 2015.
The purpose of TAYARI program is to develop cost-effective Early Childhood Development Education model that ensures pre-primary aged children are ready for school.
The program focused on improving key indicative education indicators – increasing retention, transition and participation in education in low cost primary boarding schools across 8 ASAL counties.
The project is a rigorous study of educational attainment among youth in Nairobi and its relationship to hope, aspirations for the future, as well as positive (or negative) attitudes and behaviors.
This was to ensure that they complete the learning cycle for primary school and make the transition into secondary school. OCTS was rolled out in 8 sub-counties targeting 350 public primary schools and selected Alternative Provision of Basic Education and Training (APBET) Institutions.