PLANE is a 7-year £95M project funded by the UK Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office (FCDO) and represents one window of intervention in a broader package of investment intended to enable a more inclusive and effective basic education system in Nigeria. It seeks to do this through improvements in teaching and learning with a focus on foundational skills; through unlocking governance bottlenecks for better education service delivery; through improvements in the regulation of the non-state sector and through embedding the use of data and evidence within the education system.
With a period of performance from January 1, 2022, to May 31, 2028, AHNI as a subcontractor to FHI 360 on the PLANE project is providing state-based leadership and implementation in Kano, Kaduna, and Jigawa, the Southwest (subject to FCDO confirmation), Southeast (subject to FCDO confirmation) and the federal capital territory.
The project has four major outputs which include: (1) Teaching & learning: evidence-based teaching and learning approaches & materials in use, in better-managed performance-focused schools and teaching colleges; (2) Governance of state systems: improved planning, personnel management, and public financial management practices; (3) Governance of non-state systems: improved management and performance of the non-state sector; and (4) Use of evidence and communication: effective generation, communication and use of evidence to inform citizen engagement and improve service delivery.
AHNI is responsible for Output 1 activities, in conjunction with other subcontractors. AHNI may provide as-needed technical and implementation support for other outputs, including Output 2: Improved governance of state systems as it relates to addressing foundational skills, and engagement with communities around teaching and learning; Output 3: Improved governance of non-state systems as it relates to supporting government’s collection and use of data; and Output 4: Use of evidence and effective communication as it relates to supporting government and programme with monitoring, knowledge management, and use of evidence and research.
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