Acumen Report: Cocoa Interrupted

Acumen Report: Cocoa Interrupted

Author: Acumen Year: 2019

Cocoa Interrupted details how social enterprises can play a role in creatively and sustainably addressing the varied needs of cocoa growing communities. The spirit of entrepreneurship, combined with a drive to solve complex social problems, makes social enterprise a natural ally in the effort to tackle the systemic issues associated with the cocoa industry in West Africa.

PHILANTHROPY AND EDUCATION Quality Education for All: Lessons and Future Priorities

Authors: OECD Development Centre
Year: 2019

This policy note analyses foundations’ support for education in developing countries. It provides key figures of philanthropic giving for education and gathers a selection of case studies to further explore how foundations are investing to expand access to schooling, better measure learning outcomes, empower teachers and school leaders to deliver quality education, and learn from their own work on the ground.

Teaching at the Right Level (PEC) in Bridging classes _Endline report

Author: Innovations for Poverty Action Year: 2019

Through TRECC Grant Matching Mechanism round 2 (GMM2), 13 pilots-to-scale projects have been co-funded with 12 cocoa companies and implemented by 14 implementing organizations in the sectors of Early Childhood Development, Primary Education and Vocational Training.

The role of Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) is to provide technical support to the companies and implementing agencies to design and implement sound monitoring systems to closely monitor and learn from these pilots. IPA also conducts its own independent and complementary data collection to evaluate the pilot projects.

This report contains IPA’s analysis and recommendations on the potential scale-up of the Company Partner pilot.

Research Report: Using community-level data to understand child labour risk in cocoa-growing areas in Côte d’Ivoire

Author: ICI – UCW – Jacobs Foundation – TRECC Year: 2019

This research report monitors the child labour situation at community level and identifies the communities more
exposed to the risk of child labour.

VSLA_Skillful Parenting_Scale up evaluation report

Author: Innovations for Poverty Action Year: 2019

Through TRECC Grant Matching Mechanism round 2 (GMM2), 13 pilots-to-scale projects have been co-funded with 12 cocoa companies and implemented by 14 implementing organizations in the sectors of Early Childhood Development, Primary Education and Vocational Training.

The role of Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) is to provide technical support to the companies and implementing agencies to design and implement sound monitoring systems to closely monitor and learn from these pilots. IPA also conducts its own independent and complementary data collection to evaluate the pilot projects.

This report contains IPA’s analysis and recommendations on the potential scale-up of the Company Partner pilot.

Evaluation Innovations for Poverty Action

ECD practices _Evaluation report

Author: Innovations for Poverty Action Year: 2018

Through TRECC Grant Matching Mechanism round 2 (GMM2), 13 pilots-to-scale projects have been co-funded with 12 cocoa companies and implemented by 14 implementing organizations in the sectors of Early Childhood Development, Primary Education and Vocational Training.

The role of Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) is to provide technical support to the companies and implementing agencies to design and implement sound monitoring systems to closely monitor and learn from these pilots. IPA also conducts its own independent and complementary data collection to evaluate the pilot projects.

This report contains IPA’s analysis and recommendations on the potential scale-up of the Company Partner pilot.

Synthesis Report: Children’s Rights in the Cocoa-Growing Communities of Côte d’Ivoire

Author: UNICEF Year: 2018

In 2016, UNICEF Côte d’Ivoire launched an exploratory study to understand how the cocoa sector directly and indirectly impacts children’s rights.

The State of EdTech in Ivory Coast

Authors: Trecc, Seedstars
Year: 2018

This report presents the EdTech ecosystem and reveals the challenges faced by those committed to fulfill the promise of education as a key element for the country’s development, while also highlighting the investment opportunities that exist in Côte d’Ivoire.

Millions Learning. Real-time Scaling Labs

Authors: Jenny Perlman Robinson and Molly Curtiss, CUE Brookings Institution
Year: 2018

Designing an adaptive learning process to support large-scale change in education.