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THE AGA KHAN DEVELOPMENT NETWORK PUBLIC-PRIVATE-COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS: CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARDS ACHIEVING EDUCATION FOR ALL June 2007. AKDN Agencies Working in the Field of Education. THE IMAMAT. A GA K HAN D EVELOPMENT N ETWORK. Economic Development. Social Development. Culture.

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THE AGA KHAN DEVELOPMENT NETWORK

PUBLIC-PRIVATE-COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS:

CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARDS ACHIEVING

EDUCATION FOR ALL

June 2007

akdn agencies working in the field of education
AKDN Agencies Working in the Field of Education

THE IMAMAT

AGA KHAN DEVELOPMENT NETWORK

Economic

Development

Social

Development

Culture

Aga Khan Agency for Microfinance

Aga Khan Fund for

Economic Development

Aga Khan

Foundation

Aga Khan

University

University of

Central Asia

Aga Khan Trust

For Culture

Aga Khan Education Services

Aga Khan Health Services

Tourism

Promotion

Services

Industrial

Promotion

Services

Aga Khan

Award for

Architecture

Education

and Culture

Programme

Historic

Cities Support

Programme

Financial

Services

Media

Services

Aviation

Services

Aga Khan Planning and

Building Services

akdn s geographic presence 33 countries in 8 regions

AKDN’s Geographic Presence: 33 Countries in 8 Regions

North America

Canada

USA

Europe

France

Switzerland

United Kingdom

Germany

Portugal

Russian Federation

Bosnia-Herzegovina

West Africa

D.R. Congo

Ivory Coast

Mali

Senegal

Burkina Faso

Eastern Africa

Kenya

Madagascar

Mozambique

Tanzania

Uganda

Central Asia

Afghanistan

Kazakhstan

Kyrgyz Republic

Tajikistan

Uzbekistan

East Asia

China

Middle East

Bahrain

Egypt

Iran

Syria

UAE

South Asia

Bangladesh

India

Pakistan

akdn s education policy
AKDN’s Education Policy
  • Focus on quality, purpose and relevance
  • Concern with access and equity
  • Support to all levels of education
  • Work across sectors (public, private and civil society)
  • Long-term commitment and presence
case studies
Case Studies
  • Case Studies
  • Aga Khan Education Services, Pakistan (Northern Areas)
  • Bodh Shiksha Samiti (Rajasthan, India)
  • South Asia Context
  • Over half of all non-state school enrollments at the primary level, roughly 35 million children, are in South Asia (UIS, 2004).
  • In Pakistan, almost 8,000 new fee-paying schools have been set up since 1999, half of them are in rural areas (Andrabi, 2006).
  • In India, 61% of the increase in primary school enrolments over and eight year period was in non-state schools (Kingdon, 2007).
case study aga khan education services pakistan
Case Study: Aga Khan Education Services, Pakistan

AKES, Pakistan

192 (122 NA) AKES Schools

200 (123 NA) Community Schools

75 Government Schools

62,000 (20,000 NA) Students

65:35 Girl:Boy Ratio

13% AKES coverage as percent of total

enrollment in Northern Areas

aga khan education services
Aga Khan Education Services

PRIMARY COMPLETION RATES, 2005

MATRICULATION FROM GRADE TEN, 2004-2005

aga khan education services1
Aga Khan Education Services
  • IMPACT ON GIRLS EDUCATION
  • Girls comprise 65% of AKES enrollments, compared to 36% in government schools and 57% in SAP schools
  • AKES accounts for 32% of all female enrollment in middle school, and is the largest provider at the high school level.
aga khan education services2
Aga Khan Education Services
  • POLICY & PRACTICE
  • Strong, established relationship with government
  • Support to government schools in the form of teacher training, leadership support, sharing of best practices, etc.
  • Northern Areas Education Strategy
case study bodh shiksha samiti
Case Study: Bodh Shiksha Samiti
  • Established in 1987 as a non-formal program with a focus on most disadvantaged out-of-school children living in urban slums
  • Focus is on quality and relevance, through intensive teacher training, active pedagogy, and community engagement
  • MAINSTREAM INTERVENTION PROGRAM & EXPANSION
  • Changes in classroom learning environment – Increase in positive interactions between teachers and students
  • Better infrastructure (classrooms, playgrounds, toilets, buildings)
  • Significant gains in children’s learning
  • Lower dropout rates, higher retention and completion rates
case study bodh shiksha samiti1
Case Study: Bodh Shiksha Samiti
  • POLICY AND PRACTICE
  • Multiple and more complex joint ventures with State government
  • Replication of model, and adaptation of core components of non-formal program in public schools, and in community schools. (Current reach is 1,100+ schools).
  • National Leadership: Coordinator of National Core Group for the education of the rural poor.
  • MOU with government to work jointly with block and district-level administrative units through resource schools and demonstration sites.
reflections
REFLECTIONS
  • Keeping children front and center. A plurality of responses are required.
  • Importance of NSS in reachingthe most marginalized and disadvantaged groups
  • Complexity and difficulty obtaining data, and the need for improved research and evaluation
  • Enabling policy environment - active dialogue, and collaborative exchange – particularly in relation to regulation and financing.
  • Empower communities to hold service providers accountable.