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IGATE, implemented by World Vision UK and part of the DFID Girls' Education Challenge's portfolio of projects, aims to increase girls' school attendance and learning outcomes in Zimbabwean schools by identifying and dismantling the greatest barriers to education at community, institutional, and personal levels.
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IGATE Project has a robust M&E Strategy wit...
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IGATE, implemented by World Vision UK and part of the DFID Girls' Education Challenge's portfolio of projects, aims to increase girls' school attendance and learning outcomes in Zimbabwean schools by identifying and dismantling the greatest barriers to education at community, institutional, and personal levels.
How does your innovation work?
IGATE Project has a robust M&E Strategy with a team of 14 M&E staff to collect periodic data on progress towards delivery of outputs. The baseline M&E activities will include household surveys and questionnaires distributed to caregivers and parents of girls in the program. Implementers will convene community focus groups and conduct interviews with key informants in addition to tracking quantitative and qualitative school/classroom data using log frames and original work plans.
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Stage 4: Transition to Scale

The programme has grown to date from an original 8 districts to 10 districts within the country while also increasing actual programme interventions to include 3 new models of intervention allowing for the barriers of distance, learning outcomes and male champion support to be addressed.
The project is serving marginalized girls who live and attend school in 10 rural districts from 4 provinces in Zimbabwe.
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Zimbabwe

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Planned Goals and Milestones

IGATE is working through community based and government-supported models to reach the poorest individuals within the country. First, IGATE selected some of the poorest districts and those with the worst educational indicators. Second, IGATE is working with locally based models of intervention to try and reach those with the most need through Village, Savings and Lending (VSL), Mothers Groups, partnership with Government representatives and religious bodies who serve the most marginalized.
The program aims to reach 49,874 school girls in around 450 schools, across 3 provinces in 8 districts. The program's impact includes its influence on 4,500 School Development Committee members, 12,000 mothers of girls who participate in a mothers' group, and 2,000 traditional religious leaders whose involvement will allow for culturally and religiously appropriate approaches. IGATE estimates the number of direct beneficiaries to be 70,000 in the first 3 operating years.

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