Innovative, results-driven activities around the world
Creative and its partners are implementing important programs in approximately 20 countries. In collaboration with communities, individuals, government officials, civil society, the private sector and other stakeholders, Creative shares its expertise and experience to promote positive change.
National Program for Reading program will support the Government of Morocco to develop a national literacy program to improve Arabic literacy skills in grades 1 through 4. The USAID-funded program aims to improve classroom instruction; expand remedial and extra-curricular reading opportunities at school, at home and in the community; and improve national learning and assessment systems for reading and writing.... Read More
The five-year Mozambique Vamos Ler! (Let’s Read!) program is developing bilingual education tools and activities, improving national early grade literacy policies and delivery and monitoring systems, enhancing school leadership and increasing parental and community engagement in early grade literacy.... Read More
The Technical Vocational Education and Training Strengthening for At-Risk Youth program will galvanize Nicaragua’s private sector, strengthen training institutions, and provide vulnerable youth with job-focused skills for a more promising future.... Read More
More than 30 percent of school-aged children in Northern Nigeria do not have access to basic education. The quality of education is also often lacking. To address these challenges, the Nigeria Northern Education Initiative Plus (NEI+) seeks to improve access and quality of education for more than 2 million school-aged children and youth in three northern states.... Read More
Pakistan is one of the few countries where illiteracy rates are actually increasing. Government statistics show that primary school enrollment is only 66 percent, which means some 7.2 million children are not in classrooms.... Read More