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Institutional Funders

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CODE works in partnership with bilateral and multilateral funders, directly or through consortiums.

A proven partnership model of successful collaboration with communities and in-country partners allows CODE to ensure cost-effective delivery of programs and sustained impact at scale.

Drawing on 60 years of experience, CODE has built well-established networks of local civil society organizations, international education experts, regional/national government contacts, academic, and intuitional partnerships that both inform and aid in the delivery of its programming.

Significant investments in programming are received from the government of Canada through Global Affairs; multilateral funding institutions such as the World Bank; philanthropic foundations; and private sector companies such as Anadarko Petroleum and Asanko Gold.

Following are a few examples of our recent partnerships with institutional funders:

CODE was chosen by Sierra Leone’s Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MEST) to launch a critically needed, nation-wide teacher-training initiative designed to revitalize education in Sierra Leone (REDiSL). With funding provided by the World Bank and the Global Partnership for Education (GPE), 4,400 primary school teachers as well as 900 primary school head teachers, school inspectors and supervisors were trained to support the development of children’s literacy.

CODE’s Better Education Through Teacher Training and Empowerment for Results program is working toward long-term systemic change within Mozambique’s education system in close collaboration with country’s Ministry of Education and Human Development. The program, funded in partnership with Global Affairs Canada works to develop and strengthen teacher training curriculum at Mozambique’s teacher’s colleges.

Asanko Gold has partnered with CODE to deliver a six-year program valued at $1,200,000 with the aim to improve educational outcomes of 6,400 children and youth in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. This program directly impacts schools and students surrounding Asanko Gold’s permit area and beyond. This project has received strong support from the Government of Ghana and was developed in collaboration with local and regional authorities in the country.

CODE has partnered with the World Bank to deliver the REACH program, which aims objectives related to both early grade teacher training and children’s book development. Teacher training is being delivered through both a traditional “train the trainer” model as well as via communities of practice, which as school-based and regional learning groups, supported by local experts who are in turn supported by international trainers.

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Ivan Zenar
Director of International Programs

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