Plane

Partnership for Learning for All in Nigeria

PLANE - PARTNERSHIP FOR LEARNING FOR ALL IN NIGERIA

EDUCATE
EVERY CHILD

OUR FUTURE IS IN THEIR HANDS

PLANE - Partnership for Learning for All in Nigeria

Fostering sustainable improvements in learning outcomes.

PLANE partners with the Government of Nigeria to foster a more inclusive and effective education system. Our mission is to bring about sustainable improvements in learning outcomes for children across the country, with a focus on marginalised groups, especially girls and children with disability.

Getting the Foundations Right​

PLANE Window One works directly with subnational governments in Jigawa, Kano and Kaduna and with the Nigerian Federal government to strengthen governance systems and address blockages to quality education delivery, with specific emphasis on improving children’s foundational skills in literacy and numeracy.

Window 1​

Education in
Emergencies

PLANE Window 2 focuses on creating access to foundational learning for marginalised, conflict affected children and supporting the recovery of systems to enable their continued access and retention.

Window 2​

Community Support to ​ Learning

PLANE Window 3 focuses on building community support for inclusive learning for all children, especially the most marginalised children through advocacy and behavioural adaptation.

Window 3

Independent Evaluation, Learning and Verification Services for PLANE​

DELVe provides independent evaluation, learning and verification services to the PLANE portfolio.

DELVe​

Building a better future for every child in Nigeria

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Learners
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Learning Materials distributed to learners in Kaduna, Kano, and Jigawa
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Educators
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Teachers trained on coaching and mentoring to Transform Education delivery.
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Community Learning
Hubs Established
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Advancing education in informal settings

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Headteachers Trained
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Headteachers supported to develop safeguarding plans

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Students
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Over 110,788 learners (55,844 girls) benefited from the distribution of learning supplies

Children Safeguarded
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Assessment of children’s and adolescents’ safety was conducted, and the majority of children reported feeling safe in school. ​

EduTrac Roll Outs​
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EduTrac planned and rolled out in 150 schools

Activated Wash Clubs​
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In 39 schools promoted menstrual hygiene by mobilized wash clubs

All of Nigeria’s Children deserve access to a high-quality education system that gives them the skills they need to build a brighter and more prosperous future.
Effective, safe and inclusive education delivery

PLANE works at the federal level and in five states (Kaduna, Kano, Jigawa, Yobe and Borno) with legislators, state and non-state education providers, civil society organisations, teachers’ union, community leaders, learners and parents. PLANE also works in two regions, the south-east and south-west.

PLANE works closely with and in support of state and federal governments to strengthen and improve their systems, education delivery and optimising government expenditures in the education sector. The programme’s scope extends across three strategic windows of intervention, namely foundational skills development, education in emergency situations, and community-centred initiatives. It is supported by the DELVe evidence, learning and accountability function.

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  • Window 1
  • Window 2
  • Window 3
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Resources

Understand PLANE’s approach in a better way by exploring our list of compiled resources.
Newsletter

Read the latest stories of change and updates on our engagement and progress with partners.

Case Study

Understand deeply PLANE’s interventions, methods, approach, outcomes, and discussions.

Research products

Learn about our research and evidence products, and how these support decision-making where we work

IEC Materials

Check out our brief compilation of PLANE’s goals, core values, and offerings.​

Foundational learning materials

Learn more about how PLANE is fostering transformational change through the right educational materials and sustainable improvements

Strategy Documents

Learn more about PLANE‘s Theory of change, analyses, and other records.

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News​/Events

Check out the latest updates on ongoing projects, developments, and success stories in Nigeria.

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News​/Events

Check out the latest updates on ongoing projects, developments, and success stories in Nigeria.

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News​/Events

Check out the latest updates on ongoing projects, developments, and success stories in Nigeria.

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News​/Events

Check out the latest updates on ongoing projects, developments, and success stories in Nigeria.

Blog Articles

  • Panel discussion: Strengthening Nigerian education systems to deliver at scale

    Panel discussion: Strengthening Nigerian education systems to deliver at scale

    On Thursday 23 May 2024, DAI held a live panel discussion on Strengthening Nigerian Education Systems to Deliver at Scale. This was a hybrid event, which attracted a very successful external attendance and participation in the Q&A. The session, moderated by Programme Director, Zehra Zaidi, featured the National Team Lead, Partnership for Learning for All in Nigeria (PLANE) programme, Dr Nguyan Feese; the Commissioner for Education in Kaduna State, Professor Muhammad Sani Bello; Senior Education Adviser, British High Commission in Nigeria, Ian Attfield; and the Country Director, DAI Nigeria, Dr Joe Abah.

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  • Integrating IQTEs into formal school system in Nigeria

    Integrating IQTEs into formal school system in Nigeria

    The northern part of Nigeria houses most of the country’s out-of-school children. However, many parents in the region embrace Islamiyya, Quranic and Tsangaya Education (IQTE), with children often being sent far from home to acquire knowledge of the Quran. Considering the huge number of IQTE schools and their students, the integration of these schools into the formal system may help Nigeria draw closer to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals targets, especially Goal 4- Education for All.

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  • Why Nigeria must focus on female teachers

    Why Nigeria must focus on female teachers

    Promoting the recruitment of female teachers is not only an essential step towards achieving gender equality, but also contributes to creating a more diverse, inclusive, and enriched educational environment and safer schools for women to teach and for girls to learn. Encouraging the recruitment of female teachers involves recognising the unique contributions they bring to the profession and addressing barriers that may impede their entry into the field. Representation matters, and having female teachers provides important role models for both male and female students.

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