Commitment to Action

Kupanda Project: Improving Girls' Education In Africa

Commitment by

Africa School Assistance Project

In 2014, Africa School Assistance Project (ASAP) committed to creating a replicable model in rural Tanzania that improves access and retention rates for 288 girls in secondary school. Through the commitment, ASAP will provide both infrastructure and service support. ASAP will construct a dormitory and three science labs; provide wrap-around health, sanitation, and nutrition services; develop and launch a Girl's Leadership Program; and train 30 educators through a teacher training program. The commitment aims to address a variety of influencing factors in regards to girls' success in secondary education with the ultimate goal of developing their leadership and employment potential.

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Commitment

Kupanda Project: Improving Girls' Education In Africa

Launched

2014

Est. Duration

3 years

Estimated Total Value

$367,180

Region

Africa

Countries

Tanzania

Commitment by

Africa School Assistance Project

Partner(s) of the Commitment Maker(s)

Africare