Sarraounia Project

  • P Project/Program

I Inactive

Key Information

The activities carried out aim to improve reception conditions in secondary schools by upgrading equipment: latrines, tables and benches, sports equipment and sports equipment. The communities will also be integrated: pilot actions will be tested there in order to improve the conditions favorable to the study. Two awareness campaigns support the improvement of the material conditions of secondary schools: "hygiene, gender and education" and "keeping young girls in college" for pupils, in particular young girls, teachers, parents of pupils. 

Program ended on June 27, 2020

Lead Implementing Organization(s)


Sub-Saharan Africa


Government Affiliation

Non-governmental program


2016 - 2020


Not applicable or unknown

Ministry Affiliation



Not applicable or unknown

COVID-19 Response


Geographic Scope


Meets gender-transformative education criteria from the TES  


Areas of Work Back to Top

Education areas


  • Secondary completion
  • Secondary Enrollment

Cross-cutting areas

  • Community sensitization
  • Empowerment
  • Gender equality
  • WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene)

Program participants

Target Audience(s)

Girls in school, Youth


Not applicable or unknown

School Enrolment Status

All in school

School Level

  • Lower secondary
  • Upper secondary

Other populations reached

  • Community leaders
  • Fathers
  • Mothers
  • Other caregivers
  • Teachers - female
  • Teachers - male

Participants include

Not applicable or unknown

Program Approaches Back to Top

Community engagement/advocacy/sensitization

  • General awareness-raising/community engagement
  • School management committees

Facilities construction/improvement

  • Construction/improvement of schools


  • Sports programs

Reducing economic barriers

  • Addressing cost of school supplies

Water and sanitation

  • Construction/improvement of sex-specific toilets

Program Goals Back to Top

Education goals

  • Increased secondary school completion
  • Increased secondary school enrolment

Cross-cutting goals

  • Changed social norms
  • Increased agency and empowerment
  • More equitable gender attitudes and norms