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Emergency Trust Fund for Africa

Education Quality Improvement Programme in Sudan (EQUIP-Sudan)

The overall objective of the action aims at enhancing the ability of children and other vulnerable groups to lead socially and economically productive lives, and in doing so to strengthen their resilience and that of their communities. In doing so, the action will contribute to creating better living conditions, enhancing social cohesion, and reducing the risk of these populations being pushed into negative coping mechanisms, which include forced displacement.

Main objectives

The specific objective is to contribute to the completion of quality primary education of children in Sudan, with particular attention to the most vulnerable groups, including migrants, IDPs and refugees, especially girls, through the improvement of equitable access to quality primary education.


Save the Children 

EUR 3 200 000

Quality Learning environment for access and retention (EQUIP-QLEAR)


British Council 

EUR 4 000 000

Education quality improvement programme through in-service teacher education programme (EQUIP-ISTEP)



EUR 3 600 000

EQUIP Capacity Building and Coordination


Agence d'expertise internationale

EUR 4 000 000

Pre-service teacher training component of the education quality improvement programme in Sudan



EUR 6 800 000

Education Quality Improvement Programme through improving learning environment and retention (EQUIP-I-LEARN)

Action Fiche

2 MARCH 2023
Region and Country
  • Horn of Africa
  • Strengthening resilience of communities
  • Expertise France
  • British Council
  • Save the Children

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