At SEED, we always seek to generate positive impact for the schools that serve children from low-income households. Rigorous measurement is the only way to know if we are heading in the right direction.
|SCALE: Number of Schools Served (Direct)||51||664|
|SCALE: Number of Pupils (Indirect)||6,317||58,853|
|SCALE: Teaching & Non-Teaching Staff (Indirect)||514||5,472|
|IMPACT: % of Schools Recording SQAT Quality Improvement||n/a*||100%|
|IMPACT: Average SQAT Quality Improvement Points||n/a*||28**|
*Impact not measured during this period.
**28 SQAT points (three months post-intervention) from independent evaluation by Developing Effective Private Education (DEEPEN) Challenge Fund (a UKaid-funded project) managed by Adam Smith International. SEED recorded 103.77 SQAT points from internal M&E assessment six months post-intervention using the same sample with the DEEPEN Challenge Fund midline evaluation. However, we recorded 116.6 SQAT points from internal M&E assessment six months post-intervention for all schools evaluated.
Apart from our internal Monitoring & Evaluation activities, SEED welcomes independent evaluations to understand the performance of our intervention programs in achieving their goals. We see external evaluations as a key tool for supporting organisational learning and refining the SEED Model. Browse below to download the latest independent reports on our work.
DfID DEEPEN Challenge Fund Project Midline Report – Report of results three months post-intervention from the project activities funded by the Challenge Fund for 622 low-cost private schools in Lagos, Nigeria. Summary results were presented during the Close Out Event & Innovation Fair which held on the 28th March, 2018 at the Sheraton Hotel, Lagos, Nigeria. Please click here to download the EXCEPT from the DEEPEN Challenge Fund Project Closure Report – March 2018, an independent report prepared by Adam Smith International, the implementer of the UKaid DEEPEN Challenge Fund.