Indonesia Reality Check Main Study Findings: listening to poor people's realities about basic education

Format:Report
Publication year: 
2010

This report presents the main findings arising from an evaluation of basic education in Indonesia carried out by GRM International.  It uses reality check methodology whose purpose is “listening to, trying to understand and convey poor people’s reality”.  It provides insights into how activities under the Australian Government funded Indonesia Basic Education Program (BEP) which ran from 2006-2010 has translated into the experienced reality of people living in poverty.

Pages: 
87
Publisher
Australia Indonesia Partnership
www.dfat.gov.au

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