Advancing Education beyond 2030
The Papua New Guinea Education Advocacy Network (PEAN) was established in 2003 by Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to advocate on Basic and Adult Education Policy and Key Education Program Issues in Papua New Guinea in line with EFA and now Sustainable Development Goal # 4 Education 2030.
WHO ARE WE?
PEAN is a national coalition of civil society organisations with the aim of engaging the Government of Papua New Guinea and other stakeholders on national education policy, to help ensure that all Papua New Guineans have access to good quality and inclusive publicly provided education. The program’s office is located in Port Moresby.
PEAN aims to:
OUR MAIN SPONSOR
PEAN provides the following services to our target population:
We conduct evidence-based research in education issues and submit recommendations from the findings to government agencies and policy-makers for policy alignments.
The results from these surveys provide cause for concern about important education issues.
PEAN conducted a study on ‘Service Delivery Assessment in Adult Literacy Programs in particular the high impact and best practices among it providers The study was done in partnership with the Education Department.
The study covered Central, West New Britain, Western Highlands, Milne Bay, Madang, Eastern Highlands and Morobe Provinces and identified existing NGOs providing literacy, the challenges they face in contributing to a literate population in PNG.
Initial indications show that while literacy programs contribute to the national government’s broader vision of a literate population, there is very little policy and financial support for these programs.
We conduct specific Goals of Education for Policy change and use Policy entry-points to inform Government on realities on the Government.
Mobilize Civil Society Organizations and like-minded individuals and organizations in education debates and issues using evidence based findings.
Build capacity of community-based organizations in leadership and management interventions including Policy alignments and integrating cross-cutting issues.
Conduct team motivation learning for effective management of PEAN.
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