RAMAA Measuring learning outcomes
The provision of non-formal literacy programmes for adolescents and adults is very diverse. On the one hand this diversity is a rich source because of the flexibility it offers, on the other hand it makes the governance of literacy policies more complex. UIL has initiated a multi-country action research project (RAMAA) to measure literacy programme participants’ learning outcomes. The project takes account of governance issues in such diversity. The research project is a partnership between UNESCO and the ministries in charge of adult literacy and non-formal education in Burkina Faso, Mali, Morocco, Niger and Senegal.