Research Methodology for the Maintains Education Sector Study in Uganda
This research plan summarises the research which the Maintains education team in Uganda will carry out over the next three years (2020-2023). The research focuses on the Education Response Plan for Refugees and Host Communities (ERP) and how its existence has impacted education services delivery for refugee and host communities alike. The research investigates if and how education outcomes are improved by the ERP and seeks to understand this by examining aspects of coordination, financing, information and delivery mechanisms. Understanding the effectiveness of these mechanisms is vital in the evaluation of the Government of Uganda’s response to the refugee shock to the education system. Findings from the research will aim to provide lessons and support for further policy in regards to education and shock responsiveness.
Authored by Victoria Brown, Robinah Kyeyune, Richard Kibombo, Nabil Hudda, and Nicola Ruddle.
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Full title: Research Methodology for the Maintains Education Sector Study in Uganda
Published by: Maintains
Type of resource: Research Plan
Date produced: July 2020
File type: PDF