When all adolescents learn equally, the world becomes more equal, too.
The Evidence for Gender and Education Resource (EGER) is a searchable, easy-to-use, interactive database to help the gender and education community make informed decisions about their programming and investments. EGER identifies and maps the organizations, projects, and programs in the gender and education space, and shares information on the state of evidence for different approaches to accelerate progress.
New Data on Learning Loss and What We Can Do About It
On October 7th, 2021 EGER hosted a virtual webinar on the latest evidence on learning loss during COVID-19,
teaching at the right level, and long-term implications of inaction. The slides are now available.
Meeting the Moment:
The gender & education community's response to COVID-19
Explore an initial snapshot of global COVID-19 girls’ education activities.
Girls’ Education Roadmap
In this first-of-its-kind report, the Girls’ Education Roadmap reviews the scope of global girls’ education to figure out who’s doing what, what’s working where, where the gaps are, and the biggest needs facing girls.
Discover partnership opportunities, identify programming gaps, and learn more about integrating evidence into new and ongoing global gender and education activities.
Search organizations and projects/programs to learn what activities exist, who is behind them, and where they are taking place
Search the maps and tables for an overarching view of what’s happening in the space
Evidence to Practice
Search program approaches and outcomes to understand the current state of evidence