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Uganda School Health and Reading Program

RTI is organizing a consortium of international and Ugandan partners to improve early grade reading and transition to English for primary students in Uganda, to improve health and HIV/AIDS education and prevention efforts, and to improve the availability and use of high-quality management data for education sector policy, systems, and governance. The program is designed to improve reading ability for at least 3.5 million children. During national scale-up, RTI is aiming to implement reading interventions in 18,000 schools. 

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Implementation Timeframe
January 1, 2014 - December 31, 2015
Primary Implementing Organization: 
RTI International
Sub Implementer: 
World Education, Inc.
Country: 
Funding Organization: 
USAID
Strategies: 
Reading Curriculum Development
Teaching and Learning Materials Development/Provision
Policy Dialogue
Community Mobilization
Total Number of Students Targeted: 
3,500,000