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Outcome Mapping Practitioner Guide

Intentional Design of the Teacher Education and Child Vulnerability Programme of VVOB Zimbabwe (2008-2013)

Full description of the intentional Design

Author: Jan Van Ongevalle

Published: Thursday 11 September 2014

Attached you can find the intentional design of the Teacher Education and Child Vulnerability Programme of VVOB Zimbabwe (2008-2013). 

The Teacher Education and Child Vulnerability Programme (2008-2013) is a collaboration between the Zimbabwe Ministry of Higher Education and VVOB (Flemish Office for Development Cooperation and Technical Assistance). institutional capacity building in teacher education is seen as the most efficient and sustainable approach that can be employed by VVOB to support education programmes for OVC. This concept also embraces the basic principle of inclusive education whereby the formal education sector is capacitated to address the different educational needs of orphans and vulnerable children.

The programme makes use of the Outcome Mapping approach because it is an actor-centred approach that helps to build learning and reflection into the programme. At the same time it assists the programme to work towards the capacity development of existing structures within the 14 teacher training colleges and the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education. Various boundary partners within the colleges and the Ministry will be supported and capacitated to realise certain outcomes that together will form the stepping-stones for, and guarantee the realisation of, the programme’s intermediate result areas.

This nugget was applied in: VVOB Zimbabwe

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