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Promoting Inclusive Education in Cambodia through Outcome Mapping based programming

Sander Schot

Summary: About 95% of the blind and visually impaired children in Cambodia are out-of-school. The few fortunate that are able to enrol in primary education, do so mainly in the four special blind schools. Dark & Light and its local partners Krousar Thmey and Association of the Blind in Cambodia share the vision of education for all children and a society in which all people participate. Starting an inclusive education programme requires the active involvement of a multitude of stakeholders ranging from national to community level, from NGO to government, and from health to education services. In 2010 Dark & Light has started the process of designing an Inclusive Education pilot programme, using the Outcome Mapping methodology. As it is Dark & Light’s first Outcome Mapping based programme, the desire is to build skills and expertise in its application. Besides, Dark & Light is also interested in the effectiveness of Outcome Mapping for partners and in how far it stimulates learning and adaptive management. While the results so far are promising, also many lessons have been learned.

Type: Case Study Reports

Theme: OM Resources: Examples of Use

Contibuted by: Sander Schot, on: 10 Nov 2011

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