OPENPlan: August 2022

This edition of OPENPlan brings to you an interesting and varied selection of recently published research and evaluation reports conducted by offices from across Plan International.

The first study, Disaster and Gendered Impact in a Changing Climate Towards Girls’ Education, is a research piece undertaken by Plan
International Asia-Pacific Hub, Plan International Nepal and Bangladesh.

The second study, Education in Crisis: COVID-19 and Adolescents’ Education in Fragile Contexts, is a multi-country research piece undertaken by Plan International United Kingdom involving primary data collection in five countries, Guatemala, Honduras, Kenya, Nepal and Sudan.

The third study, – the final evaluation of the Wondiyey Ma Zada project, is an evaluation undertaken by Plan International Niger and supported by Plan International Belgium. The project was conducted in the Tillabéri region, in Niger, over 30 months and aimed to prevent gender-based violence in schools, and also to ensure that girls can develop in an enabling and resilient environment.

The final study, End Term Evaluation for the Enhanced Household Incomes to Support Children’s Access to Quality Education Project, was a final evaluation undertaken by Plan International Zimbabwe. The project aimed to enhance households’ capacity to manage and promote access to inclusive and quality
early childhood care and development for both boys and girls in Mutasa and Mutare districts of Zimbabwe by 2020.



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