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Midline Evaluation of UNICEF’s DFID-funded Girls’ Education Project Phase 3 Technical Report

This Technical Companion Report accompanies the Synthesis Report. The report acts as a reference volume for audiences who want to have a more...

Midline Evaluation of UNICEF’s DFID-funded Girls’ Education Project Phase 3 Synthesis Report

This report presents the findings of the multi-year evaluation of GEP3 undertaken by Education Data, Research and Evaluation in Nigeria (EDOREN...

Teaching in Distress: An assessment of the impact of protracted violence due to insurgence on the Primary School teaching workforce in Borno State, Nigeria

The education system in North East Nigeria has been devastated by nearly eight years of armed conflict between Boko Haram and the Nigerian...

EDOREN Policy Brief: What are Children in Lagos Learning? - Comparing Learning Outcomes in Low- and Medium- cost Private Schools, Public Schools, and Bridge Schools in Lagos

Private schools are the main education providers in Lagos. Pupils studying in private schools (and Bridge schools) in Lagos perform better on...

DEEPEN Endline Evaluation Report Vol.1: Synthesis

DEEPEN is an innovative, ambitious programme that aims to improve the quality of education provided by private schools in Lagos. It responded to...



Adesoji Oni a Fulbright scholar is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Educational Foundations, Faculty of Education, University of Lagos, Nigeria. He specializes in Sociology of Education. His area of research focus includes; social problems in...Read more


Developing Effective Private Education Nigeria (DEEPEN)

Developing Effective Private Education Nigeria (DEEPEN) is an innovative programme initiated by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) to improve learning outcomes in Lagos’ private schools. DEEPEN will achieve this by creating an enabling environment for private schools and a more effective market for them to offer better quality education.

Through a Making Markets Work for the Poor (M4P) methodology, DEEPEN seeks to facilitate:
• a more transparent, inclusive and favourable regulatory environment for private schools
• increased access to financial products and services for parents and schools
• access to quality yet affordable school improvement services
• increased availability of media platforms to discuss education issues and provide information on good schooling practices

These will be achieved through the programme’s four work streams namely Rules and Standards, Finance, School Improvement Services, and Information.

Connected Development [CODE]

Connected Development [CODE] is a non government organization whose mission is to improve access to information and empower local communities in Africa. We strengthen local communities by creating platforms for dialogue, enabling informed debate, and building capacities of marginalized communities which will bring about social and economic progress within communities, while promoting transparency and accountability.

Civil Society Action Coalition on Eduation for All

The Civil society Action Coalition on Education for All (CSACEFA) is a coalition of NGOs, CBOs and FBOs working on education issues in Nigeria. Forty (40) education NGOs came together in the run-up to the World Education Summit in Dakar in April 2000 to form the coalition. CSACEFA developed a core set of positions and attended the Dakar Summit to join in the call for quality education for all. The coalition has since expanded its membership to over six hundred (600) CSOs covering the 36 States of Nigeria and Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and has been engaging, advocating and inputting to education policies and programmes at Local, National and International levels. Our Mission: To ensure free, quality and inclusive education for all through effective participation of civil society. Our Vision: A Nigeria guaranteed of quality education and dignity for all structures. CSACEFA's activities are coordinated at the state level by an elected state coordinator and at the zonal level by an eight (8) member Facilitating Committee (FC) drawn from the 6 geopolitical zones, the FCT and a representative of International Development Partners (IDPs) elected for a maximum 2 terms of two years each. The Facilitating Committee is led by a National Moderator. The Facilitating Committee is expected to meet and have quarterly meetings, at least four meetings in a year depending on availability of funds, while the coalition has an Annual General Forum (AGF). The Annual General Forum is the apex decision making organ of the coalition. The coalition is managed through the secretariat led by the Policy Advisor/National Coordinator who oversees the national secretariat and coordinates the states and reports to the Facilitating Committee.


Nigerian School Health Journal

Welcomes articles on areas of education and health with an emphasis on articles that connect health and learning. It has over 25 volumes and publishes yearly. Contact National President Nigerian School Health Association Prof .O. A. Moronkola, Dept. Human Kinetics and Health Education, University of Ibadan, Ibadan. Email 08023415695 or Editor Editor In Chief Prof. B. O. Ogundele Dept. of Human Kinetics and Health Education, University of Ibadan. The Journal is official Journal of Nigerian School Health Association.