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Quality of Education Reforms: The Case of HakiElimu’s Campaign of 2005-2007
IBP Case Studies (2010)
  • International Budget Partnership
Abstract

HakiElimu is a civil society organization in Tanzania that works to ensure that all the country’s children receive high-quality basic education. When developing its Programme Strategy for 2004-2007, HakiElimu noted improvements in enrollment levels, but identified a lack of attention to education quality. This case study describes the campaign that led to improvements in Tanzania’s schools.

A short summary and one page summary of this case study are available in English. Summaries are also available in Spanish, French, Arabic, and Chinese.

LINK: http://internationalbudget.org/publications/quality-of-education-reforms-the-case-of-hakielimus-campaign-of-2005-2007/

Keywords
  • Accountability,
  • Governance,
  • Transparency,
  • Accountability,
  • Participatory Democracy,
  • Finance,
  • Transparency,
  • Budget Transparency,
  • Civil Society Organizations,
  • Education Policy In Tanzania,
  • HakiElimu,
  • Tanzania,
  • Case Study,
  • International Budget Partnership
Publication Date
June, 2010
Citation Information
International Budget Partnership. "Quality of Education Reforms: The Case of HakiElimu’s Campaign of 2005-2007" IBP Case Studies (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/internationalbudgetpartnership/20/