Meet our partners

EAC works with many kinds of partners to accelerate the identification, enrollment and completion of a quality primary education for a significant number of out of school children.

EAC works with a diverse set of partners to accelerate the identification, enrolment and completion of primary education for a significant number of out of school children.

Explore our Projects

EAC’s focus is on replicating and scaling-up successful quality programs, promoting innovative approaches and encouraging collaboration, to ensure the best outcomes for children and their communities.

How we do it

The needs are great, but EAC recognizes that to make a difference it has to focus its resources and efforts. To accomplish its goals, EAC works through a set of ten operating principles.

Why it’s important

Educate a Child is based on the premise that quality primary education is not only a fundamental human right, but also an essential driver of human development. It provides the foundation for adulthood, teaching the basics of language, culture, mathematics, writing and learning how to read. Children who value education become adults who make significant contributions to the social-economic order.

Boat Schools Evaluation Report

Partner Publications

January 08, 2020
The EAC/BRAC Boat Schools project was undertaken with the situation of the vulnerable children in the flood prone areas of Haor and Beel in Bangladesh, where many are denied their right to education, due to geography, poverty, low quality and other factors in mind. To address such challenges, a project model was developed with the basic premise of not necessarily bringing the child to school, but rather bringing the school to the child. This in-depth evaluation seeks to uncover the impacts of the project and provides an overview of the unique dynamics related to implementation.

Where we work

EAC is working with partners around the world to get young people into education. In 2012, EAC started with 16 countries. By 2014-15, our aim is to operate in 36 different countries.

Syrian Arab Republic
source(s):
UNESCO EFA Global Monitoring Report 2013/14
Population
21,469,000
2,064,200
Partners
Côte d’Ivoire
source(s):
UNESCO EFA Global Monitoring Report 2013/14
Population
21,057,000
3,134,800
Partners