Additional Support Through Partners
Partners are a critical part of our implementation strategy. We work as a link to channel partner interventions to our schools based on the data we have about their strengths and weaknesses. We get support from individuals, corporates, trusts and foundations, community-led organisations,international agencies, statutory and non-governmental bodies.
SEED currently runs three (3) support structures that our schools can tap into.
SEED Quality Assessment Tool (SQAT) helps proprietors understand their strengths and weaknesses as it relates to school quality, thereby stimulating action towards their school’s transformation. We work with partners in addressing the challenges/weaknesses these schools face in the 29 different Domains (Do) we measure.
The Adopt-a-SEED-School Program provides a structured pathway for partnership between SEED beneficiary schools and our partners. During this collaboration, partners and schools will work together to determine how to best connect partner resources and interests with the school’s unique needs. This relationship is a joint effort led by the school and partner, and supported by SEED.
Education Voucher Program
We believe that every child should be able to realize their full potential, regardless of income – that’s why we work to ensure every child has access to education. We support students and families in marginalized, low-income and underserved areas to attend primary and secondary school so they can achieve their full academic potential. The SEED Education Voucher (SEV) is a certificate of scholarship to attend an approved SEED beneficiary school. This voucher is for the poorest of the poor children whose parents are unable to afford education for them.