Case Study Report: CivilSociety Education Coalition Malawi

Case Study Report: CivilSociety Education Coalition Malawi

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The Civil Society Education Fund (CSEF) is a global initiative to secure more international support to sustain civil society advocacy for education. Coordinated by the Global Campaign for Education (GCE) and through regional agencies, CSEF supports civil society coalitions to engage citizens in education sector policy, planning, budgeting and monitoring in Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Middle East and Eastern Europe. 



As part of the external evaluation of the Civil Society Education Fund (CSEF) (2013-15) requested by the Global Campaign for Education, the Institute for Development Impact (I4DI) conducted seven country case studies. The evaluation aimed to contribute to GCE’s ability to respond to challenges and objectives by identifying the emerging impact of the CSEF programme, provide evidence of the effectiveness of its design and implementation model, and derive learning from implemented processes and structures to influence and strengthen future programming.

The Malawi case study was conducted by field visit with the Civil Society Education Coalition (CSEC). Interviews and focus group discussions were conducted with development partners, coalition member organisations, coalition board members, coalition staff, and representatives from the Ministry of Education Science and Technology, and the Ministry of Gender, Children, Disabilityand Social Welfare.

Report Information

Year: 2016

Country: Malawi

Region: Southern Africa

Type: Evaluation Report

Language: English 


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