Back in September, we shared an infographic on this website which demonstrated how the UK Aid Direct fund and its grant holders, had responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Now, two UK Aid Direct grant holders, A Partner in Education (APIE) (opens in a new window) and Ethical Trading Initiatives (opens in a new window) have shared their thoughts and experiences with us on adapting their projects to the challenging circumstances.
A Partner in Education (APIE): Enhancing quality instruction in pre-primary – Rwanda
The original aim of APIE’s Small Charities Challenge Fund project was to improve the level of teaching being offered in pre-primary education in Rwanda.
The programme was originally designed however, around face-to-face interaction and in-school delivery, which is currently no longer possible.
Find out how APIE are overcoming this problem and continuing to deliver their project. And read their top tips to other education providers having to adapt due to the pandemic.
Ethical Trading Initiatives (ETI): Increasing female voices within the readymade garment sector in Bangladesh and Pakistan through social dialogue
With the support of a UK Aid Direct Impact grant, ETI’s current women’s empowerment project, was designed to support female workers in the clothing sector in Bangladesh and Pakistan.
As a result of the pandemic, the organisation has also had to adapt its project, and they have tackled this through a holistic lens.
Read ETI’s top tips for other organisations facing project adaption in a COVID-19 landscape.
Further resources are also available to download, view or share on our dedicated COVID-19 learning page.