Apart from our internal Monitoring and Evaluation activities, PEAS periodically commissions independent evaluations to understand the performance of our programmes in achieving their goals. We see external evaluations as a key tool for supporting organisational learning and refining the PEAS model. Browse below for some of the latest reports on our work.

2016

Baseline Evaluation of the PEAS Network under the Uganda Universal Secondary Education (USE) Programme - First report in a 3-year study of the access, quality and cost-effectiveness of education delivered in PEAS schools compared with government and other private schools in Uganda

DfiD Girls' Education Challenge midline report – Midline evaluation of PEAS’ four-year programme to improve girls’ participation and achievement in schooling in Uganda, as part of the UK Department for International Development's Girls' Education Challenge Fund

2015

Community Engagement Evaluation Report - a formative evaluation of the aims and effectiveness of PEAS schools’ engagement work with local communities in Uganda, drawing on the perspectives of parents, teachers, students and community members.

SchoolTool evaluation report – an evaluation from the pilot of SchoolTool, a low-cost school information management system being trialled in PEAS schools in Uganda.

2014

DfiD Girls Education Challenge baseline report – Baseline evaluation of PEAS’ four-year programme to improve girls’ participation and achievement in schooling in Uganda, as part of the DfiD Girls Education Challenge