Across Lebanon and Jordan, many talented young people are desperate to study for a university qualification but face significant barriers. What can be done to address this?
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To mark World Environment Day on 5 June 2020, we look at a distance learning initiative that is helping students across Myanmar to gain vital environmental skills and qualifications.
How do we make higher education systems truly inclusive and help students of different backgrounds to succeed? Join this online event on 26 June 2020 to explore the topic.
Tackling academic staff shortages through high-quality blended learning. Find out about an innovative project in East Africa that is benefitting students and staff alike
Find out how the TESCEA project is helping university teaching staff to design courses that foster problem-solving, critical thinking and other vital skills.
The Partnership for Digital Learning and Increased Access (PADILEIA) produces and delivers blended higher education programmes to Syrian refugees in Jordan and Lebanon.
LEAP provides affordable finance to otherwise under-funded talented youth across Sub-Saharan Africa. Here Joseph Di Silvio and Liesbet Peeters reflect on LEAPs impact to date.
In this article SPHEIR partnership Prepared for Practice outlines its vision to support health system reform in Somaliland
The evaluation plan for the SPHEIR programme includes questionnaire surveys of educators and students. Here Dr Pritchard describes the scope, rationale and nature of these surveys.
Mostafa Al-Mossallami, Senior Responsible Owner for SPHEIR at DFID, reflects on the role of HE partnerships in development.