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Institutional Service to Conduct Bottleneck Analysis of the Barriers to Girls Access to Senior / Higher Secondary Education

Objectives:

The main objective was to conduct the study using/adapting the UNICEF Bangladesh Bottleneck Analytical Method to the Secondary Schooling Service; to use the approach to analyses the bottlenecks and barriers that affected girls dropout at higher secondary education level in selected unions/upazilas in most deprived populations/areas (20 UNDAF districts) and develop appropriate interventions to address the bottlenecks and barriers to girls' access and completion of higher secondary education in order to reverse the trend.

Services:

MSL conducted Bottleneck Analysis of the Barriers to Girls’ Access to Senior/Higher Secondary Education and performed the below tasks:

 

  • Conducted a desk and literature review to document the pattern of drop-out of girls in secondary and tertiary schooling and create preliminary map of bottlenecks and causalities;
  • Developed tools (guided by the 10 determinants of MoRES) for data collection in two upazilas on the bottlenecks and barriers to girls’ access to senior higher secondary and completion;
  • Conducted field visits to selected unions/upazilas for data collection and engagement with claim holders (girls who have dropped out of schools) and their families, duty bearers (teachers and school proprietor’s and Education officials etc.):
  • Conducted a bottleneck analysis of girls drop-out in higher secondary based on 10 determinants by clusters of causes/bottlenecks/barriers across but focused on selected unions/upazilas in the 20 UNDAF districts and other characteristics (rural urban, urban slums, terrains, disability, ethnicity, types of school etc.);
  • Developed a Tanahashi model for addressing bottlenecks and barriers to girls’ access to higher secondary level and completion, this should include an action plan prepared in a traffic lights format for monitoring progress in line with MoRES;
  • Prepared a presentation of the Tanahashi model and collected inputs from stakeholders after presenting and finalize the model and study report.

 

Timeframe: July 2013 - April 2014

Realated Countries: Bangladesh

Client(s): UNICEF

Categories: Education and Skills Development, Research and Study

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