INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN THE SOUTH-EAST AFRICA
Hau & Hau Consulting
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The Pamodzi for Inclusive Education in South-East Africa (PIESEA) is a transnational alliance of four organizations based in Africa which is being funded by Education Out Loud (EOL), a grant fund supported by the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) run by Oxfam IBIS. The consortium is led by Rays of Hope Ministries, an NGO based in Malawi, and its partners: Fount for Nations - Malawi, Kesho Kenya - Kenya, and Shule Direct - Tanzania. The project commissioned an inclusive study with the objective of determining the state of Inclusive Education in Malawi, Kenya, and Tanzania. This study adopted a mixed methods approach combining analysis of data derived from a desk study and that from Interviews of Key informants in three countries. It also incorporated findings and analysis from the best practices country studies conducted in Malawi, Tanzania, and Kenya. The causal analysis emphasizes four domains: the enabling environment; the supply-side conditions; the demand-side conditions; and the quality of provision. These four domains provided the theoretical framework.