Lattanzio KIBS conducts an independent external evaluation of the 'Capacity Development for Education' (CapED) project, set up by UNESCO to ensure concrete educational opportunities for all

The UNESCO actions

Lattanzio KIBS' expertise produces results in support of UNESCO's programme born in 2003 under the name Capacity Development for Education for All (CapEFA), modified and renamed in 2016 to Capacity Development for Education (CapED). 

The programme is geared towards SDG 4 of the 2030 Agenda 'Quality Education'. The main objective is to promote capacity development in the education sector in the least developed countries and in this regard strengthens national capacities to undertake evidence-based national reforms in established priority areas.

Implementation of long-term development policies

The Society conducts an analysis of the long-term results of interventions in Madagascar and Lao People's Democratic Republic, countries that have received at least 10 years of continuous programme support.

The activity examines the extent to which capacity building of the education system at national and sub-national levels is stimulated by targeted assistance and institutional strengthening, realised for example through support for gender equality and women's empowerment. 

Specifically, the evaluation is characterised by a utilisation-oriented, fully participatory and inclusive approach and aims to identify unresolved issues and challenges, as well as good practices and lessons learnt, useful for drawing conclusions and making recommendations for future programming in the two states.