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Manuals | March 11, 2014

How-To Guide

Promoting Education for All in Conservative Areas

This guide promotes education for all in conservative areas, outlining a step-by-step process for bringing about positive change at the community level based on CRS' experience in working with religious leaders, communities and schools in Pakistan.

This publication is part of CRS’ series of "How-To" guides, which allows CRS country programs and their local implementing partners to share elements of their work that have been particularly successful and that have potential relevance across projects and borders.

CONTENTS

  • Letter from CRS Education Unit

  • Letter from CRS/Pakistan Country Representative

  • Introduction

  • How to Engage Religious Leaders to Promote Education

  • How to Build the Capacity of Parents and Teachers to Manage and Promote Education in Their Communities

  • How to Ensure Necessary Linkages Between Government and Communities

  • Additional Resources