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Supporting Adolescents to Complete Secondary School (SACS) – Results

The Supporting Adolescents to Complete Secondary School (SACS) project was a Start Small Foundation funded COVID-19 response project (2021 – 2023; USD 1,033,610) aimed at addressing educational needs and mitigate negative impacts of COVID-19 on students, teachers, and families living in poverty in six Rwandan districts. The project aimed to support 71,994 adolescents, aged 10-19 years to complete lower secondary in 9-and 12-year basic education schools. This brief outlines the key results from the project.

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