KIX EAP Podcast #18: What’s it like to start a new educational organisation, with Moni Siv, founder and CEO of Teach For Cambodia

This episode of the KIX EAP Podcast, hosted by Ryan Allen, Assistant Professor, Soka University of America (USA), features Monirath (Moni) Siv, the founder and CEO of Teach For Cambodia (TFC). In the Podcast, Mr. Siv talks about his motivation to start a new educational organization in Cambodia, along with some of the challenges and barriers he had to face.

How do government decisionmakers adopt education innovations for scale?

In this qualitative study, the Center for Universal Education (CUE) seeks to examine how national and regional decisionmakers in the public sector approach scaling education innovations in low- and middle-income countries. This includes exploring what they see as key factors or influences on the process of supporting or adopting education innovations to scale, what the contours and calculations of their decisionmaking processes are, and how broader components of the decisionmaking ecosystem interrelate.

KIX EAP Podcast #17: Tamader Al-Tarifi Awad Al-Karim, the school teacher who became the Federal Minister of Education in Sudan

This episode of the KIX EAP Podcast, hosted by Ryan Allen, Assistant Professor of Comparative and International Education and Leadership at Soka University of America (USA), features the story of Tamader Al-Tarifi Awad Al-Karim, a former school teacher in Sudan who led a social movement that propelled her to become the Federal Minister of Educat

KIX EAP Podcast #15: Upholding research and improving education quality in Bhutan, with Karma Utha

This episode of the KIX EAP Podcast, hosted by Ryan Allen, Assistant Professor, Chapman University (USA), features Dr. Karma Utha, Assistant Professor in Samtse College of Education, Royal University of Bhutan. In the podcast, Dr. Utha talks about upholding research that examines public education policies and about improving the quality of education in Bhutan.

WHERE KIX WORKS

KIX brings together 70 low- and middle-income countries that are partners of the Global Partnership for Education to identify common policy challenges and facilitate knowledge sharing and evidence building. KIX currently funds 36 projects across these 70 countries. Click through the countries in the map to learn about the work that is being done in each country.

 
 

WHAT KIX DOES

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KIX is designed to be shaped by the demand from national education systems and respond to their principal policy and programming challenges. KIX both funds research and facilitates knowledge sharing among country stakeholders to enhance their education systems using relevant evidence and actionable research.

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Isaac*, an 8-year-old boy, began attending a home-based early learning centre in Buikwe district of Uganda when he could barely sit or walk. He…

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Education is crucial for the cultivation of successful individuals, healthy communities, robust societies, strong economies, and healing the…

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Provision of quality, inclusive, and equitable education remains one of the biggest challenges for low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Two…

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In the most challenging educational contexts, some schools outperform others despite similar contexts and levels of…
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This brochure, on the first two years of the KIX Initiative in the Europe – Asia – Pacific region, illustrates how the…