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Carina Omoeva

Investment in Equity and Peacebuilding: South Africa Case Study

Type: Research
Year of Publishing: 2015
Keywords: equity, peacebuilding, education
Investment in Equity and Peacebuilding: South Africa Case Study by Family Health International 360 (FHI 360)’s Education Policy and Data Center (EPDC) is a mixed-methods case study, carried out as part of UNICEF’s Peacebuilding, Education, and Advocacy (PBEA) Programme, that examines the relationship of investments in educational equity and in social capital on social cohesion in South Africa. Much of South Africa’s modern history is marked by institutionalized inequality and the mass struggle against it.

Investment in Equity and Peacebuilding: Uganda Case Study

Type: Research
Year of Publishing: 2015
Keywords: equity, peacebuilding, education inequality, conflict
This is a mixed-methods case study into the relationship between investment in educational equity and peacebuilding in Uganda, carried out as part of UNICEF’s Peacebuilding and Education Advocacy (PBEA) program. In the aftermath of a long-running conflict in the north of the country, the government has instituted policy reforms to equalize educational delivery for marginalized populations, and to promote peacebuilding.

Does Horizontal Education Inequality Lead to Violent Conflict?

Type: Research
Year of Publishing: 2015
Keywords: education inequality, conflict

The Nickels and Dimes of Education for All: The expansion of primary education in Sub-Saharan Africa

Type: Research
Year of Publishing: 2014
Keywords: Education finance, ODA, completion, retention, foreign aid, economic development, Sub-Saharan Africa

Teenage, Married, and Out of School: Effects of early marriage and childbirth on school dropout

Type: Research
Year of Publishing: 2014
Keywords: Early marriage, attendance, DHS, household survey, teen pregnancy, Southern and Eastern Africa
Over the past decade, as Sub-Saharan Africa saw the expansion of universal primary enrollment policies, gender balance in primary school participation improved considerably, with girls now attending school almost at the same rate as boys. Gains in primary school, however, have not carried over to secondary: for every 100 boys, only 82 girls of secondary school age are enrolled across the region, up from 80 in the year 2000.

CIES 2014 presentation: Nickels and dimes

Year of Publishing: 2014
Keywords: Participation, efficiency, learning outcomes, projections
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These are presentation slides for the presentation on schooling efficiency, wastage and cost projections delivered by Ania Chaluda at the panel session “The nickels and dimes of Education for All: Non-participation, wastage, and efficiency in expanding educational opportunity”

CIES 2014 presentation: Missing data in sub-Saharan Africa

Author(s): Carina Omoeva
Year of Publishing: 2014
Keywords: Measurement, missing data, data challenges, out of school children
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These are presentation slides for the presentation on missing data and out of school children data challenges prepared by Carina Omoeva at the panel session “The limits of what we know: Missing data in education and development”

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