Case Study on USAID West Bank and Gaza Education Programs
The purpose of this case study is to illuminate how and why US Agency for International Development (USAID) education programs in the West Bank and Gaza were able to achieve the lasting impact in basic, higher, and non-formal education despite the considerable political and environmental challenges. This study attempts to illuminate the pathways to sustained reform, the underlying reasons for the programs’ success, and the key lessons learned. It focuses far more on the how and why of program impact than on the “what” of program content.
Systems Strengthening Education in Crisis and Conflict Higher Education Reading & Literacy Youth Workforce Development Education Design and Implementation West Bank and Gaza Middle East and North Africa Conflict and Violence Equity Faculty Development Institutional Capacity Development Scholarships Training University Partnerships Work Readiness Reading Instruction