Case Study: Educate Girls Development Impact Bond
- Increase the enrolment of girls and improve learning outcomes for 7,300 children in rural Rajasthan
- Develop and demonstrate a financing mechanism that incentivises ambitious results
- Enrolment: Identification of out-of-school girls, increase parent awareness about the value of schooling, engagement to improve attendance and prevent drop-outs. The target population was made up of girls ages 7-14 that were eligible for enrolment into grades 2-8. The results would be simply measured by calculating the percentage of out of school girls who have been enrolled into government schools.
- Learning: Volunteers would language and Mathematics to girls and boys in grades 3-5. Volunteers (educated young adults in rural Rajasthan) were incentivised with career development opportunities. The results of this objective would be measured using the ASER test.
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