07. Oct 2020

Worldwide, 773 million young people and adults lack basic knowledge of literacy and numeracy. Two thirds of them are women. “Reframing literacy in crisis contexts” is a research study drawing on case studies from literacy interventions by Oxfam and partners in South Sudan, Mozambique, Chad, Central...

12. Jun 2020

Burkina Faso is currently experiencing one of the most rapidly deteriorating humanitarian crises in the world, exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. This study describes the impact of the conflict on women and looks at their role in strengthening social cohesion and building peace. It is part of a...

10. Oct 2019

Inequality is reaching new extremes. Significant increases in inequality of both income and wealth are leading to larger gaps between rich and poor, men and women. This is creating serious obstacles to overcoming poverty and exclusion, and stopping us from beating poverty. With women substantially...

15. Jan 2017

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21. Nov 2016

The 4-days international Education and Inequality workshop in November 2016 succeeded with achieving its aim to establish a firm and coherent foundation for spearheading Oxfam’s work on education and inequality through enhancing the linkages between programme and influencing work across national,...

03. Mar 2015

Approach and lessons learned from Sawla Girls Model School in Ghana. Read, download and share.

26. Mar 2014

Between 2007 and 2013, IBIS and the Alliance for Change in Education (ACE) developed the Wing School model as a way to bring education to remote communities where many children have so far been unable to attend school due to the distance to the nearest school. Hailed as a huge success, the model...

20. Dec 2013

IBIS' lessons learned from the two vocational skills training projects in Liberia between 2009 and 2013.

20. Dec 2013

A research study focusing on the reasons why school is not started on time after breaks in southeastern Liberia Going back to school

04. Nov 2013

The international debate on development aid is dominated by a discussion how to get more development for the aid money available. The backdrop is a recognition that developing aid often is ineffective and cause undue administrative burdens on the recipient countries. A typcal African country...