Advocacy Partners

A key aspect of re-orienting focus on to children who are denied their right to a quality primary education is attention to the situation by the population at large, as well as by key government and other responsible parties. Recognising that every situation has its own unique political, social and economic context, EAC realises that a broad range of advocacy partners will have to bring their expertise, energy, and indeed their persuasive influence to prompt focus and action in support of changing the situation of the millions of children who are out of school.

EAC is interested in advocacy partnerships with the following kinds of organisations that share our aims:

  • International advocacy organisations;
  • National advocacy organisations in EAC priority countries; and
  • Local advocacy organisations that work in areas directly supported by EAC funds.

How to become an Advocacy Partner

If your organisation shares EAC aims and would like to be considered as an Advocacy Partner, please contact us at: