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Evaluation of the PEAS Network under the Uganda Universal Secondary Education Programme

This baseline survey report, is the first of three studies that assess the model used by "Promoting  Equality in African Schools"-PEAS schools in Uganda to scale up education provision to children with disadvantaged backgrounds using public-private partnerships.

Evaluation of the PEAS Network Under the Uganda USE Programme:Baseline Report Findings

This presentation highlights midline findings of the baseline evaluation of PEAS Schools under the Universal Secondary Education Programme in Uganda.

Options for Improving Girls' Access to Secondary Education in Uganda

Despite the advent of Universal Secondary Education (USE) in Uganda, only 25 percent of girls supposed to be in secondary school were enrolled in 2011. 

Uganda Service Delivery Indicators Report
As stated in its Vision 2040 blueprint, Uganda aims to transform society and provide citizens with a better standard of living by focusing on improving the quality of health and education services. Service delivery outcomes are determined by the relationships of accountability between policymakers, service providers and citizens. The Service Delivery Indicators (SDI) aim to construct a set of benchmarking metrics that capture critical dimensions of service delivery, including knowledge and effort of providers. 
Ensuring Adequate Early Childhood Development for Uganda's Children

Although Uganda has made significant progress in reducing child deaths in the past five years, the country still faces major challenges in ensuring adequate early childhood development. This briefing highlights some of the major challenges affecting children during the first five years of life.

Cost Benefit Analysis of the Uganda Post Primary Education and Training Expansion and Improvement (PPETEI) Project
Expanding access to schooling in developing countries is critical for achieving poverty reduction and sustained economic growth. Although countries in sub-Saharan Africa have expanded access to primary schooling in the past 15 years, absorbing primary school graduates into secondary school remains a challenge. 
Gender differences in Uganda: The case for access to education and health services
Using the nationally representative Gender Productivity Survey (GPS) of 2007/08 conducted by the Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBoS), the paper examines gender biases in school attainment, returns to education, expenditure on health and education, access to health services. While Uganda has recorded progress on MDG 3: promote gender equality and empower women, the paper reveals that significant gender biases still exist with a regional dimension. 
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