KIX Research in the EAP region

KIX provides grants at the global and regional levels to invest in knowledge generation and innovation, and to scale proven approaches in the six thematic areas. KIX grants reinforce and enhance the effectiveness of GPE grants that support education sector planning and implementation. The following KIX grants (global and regional) were awarded in the KIX EAP region.


KIX global grantees in the EAP region

Project name

EAP Countries

Lead

Adapting and scaling teacher professional development approaches

Uzbekistan

Foundation for Information Technology Education and Development, Inc. (FIT-ED)

Using data for improving education equity and inclusion

Bangladesh, Georgia, Kyrgyz Republic, Lao PDR, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Sudan, Uzbekistan, Yemen

UNICEF

Adapting, testing and scaling the proven Summer Pre-Primary model

Cambodia, Lao PDR

Plan International Canada

Common-scale assessment of early and foundational math learning across the Global South

Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan

People’s Action for Learning (PAL) Network

Integrating Early Child education in sectoral planning

Tajikistan, Kyrgyz Republic

UNICEF

Using Technology to Improve Literacy in the Global South

Bangladesh

Concordia University

Bridges to impact through innovative educational technology: forging links between policy, research, and practice

Sudan

Stichting War Child (War Child Holland)

Scaling innovation – Data Must Speak about positive deviant approaches to learning

Lao PDR and Nepal

UNICEF INOCENTI

KIX regional grantees in the EAP region

Project name

EAP Countries

Lead

Effectiveness and scalability of programs for children who are out of school and at risk of dropping out

Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal

Kathmandu University, School of Arts 

The Impact of gender and inclusive pedagogies on student’s participation and learning achievement at secondary school during the pandemic and beyond

Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Timor-Leste, Vietnam

Institute of Education and Research, Dhaka University

A multi-modal approach to teacher professional development in low resource settings

Afghanistan, Maldives, Nepal

Villa College

Distance education to improve quality and access to school education in Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia and Tajikistan

Kyrgyz Republic, Mongolia, Tajikistan

Taalim-Forum Public Foundation 

School leaders as agents of change towards equity and inclusion

Afghanistan, Nepal, Pakistan, Uzbekistan

Foundation for Information Technology Education and Development

Data-driven school improvement – Opportunities, challenges and scalable solutions

Nepal, Pakistan

Society for the Advancement of Education

This work was supported by the Global Partnership for Education Knowledge and Innovation Exchange, a joint endeavour with the International Development Research Centre, Canada

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