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close this bookTowards Responsive Schools Supporting Better Schooling for Disadvantaged Children - Education research paper No. 38 (DFID, 2000, 270 p.)
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Open this folder and view contentsSECTION I. EDUCATION FOR CHILDREN THE WORLD NEGLECTS
Open this folder and view contentsSECTION II. WHERE THERE IS NO SCHOOL
Open this folder and view contentsSECTION III. CHILDREN AFFECTED BY CONFLICT
Open this folder and view contentsSECTION IV. PRESSURES FROM A GLOBAL ECONOMY
Open this folder and view contentsSECTION V. LINKING SCHOOLS AND SOCIETY
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View the documentLIST OF OTHER DFID EDUCATION PAPERS AVAILABLE IN THIS SERIES
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Contributors

No study has a single author. Each represents an attempt to combine insights from people at different levels of a process. In crediting contributors we distinguish:

· analysis- those within each country who made a major contribution to research and analysis
· writing/editor - drafting text and balancing the perspectives of different participants
· other contributors - suggesting further points, commenting on drafts

Ethiopia


analysis

Elizabeth Mekonnen, Abiti Tadele, Dereje Wordofa, Abebaw Zelleke, Rachel Lambert, Camilla Croso Silva, Kimberly Ogadhoh

writing/editor

Kimberly Ogadhoh

other contributors

Marion Molteno, Dee O'Connell

India


analysis/writing

Pawan Gupta, Anuradha Joshi

editor

Bridget Crumpton

other contributors

Rajiv Tewari, Vanessa Herringshaw

Lebanon


analysis

Julia Gilkes, Alia Shana, Qassem Saad, Frances Moore, Didi Alayli

writing/editor

Emma Cain

Liberia


analysis

Rosa Allen, Cornelius Uma, Peter Colenso, Una McCauley, Bart Witteveen

writing

Jo White, Bridget Crumpton

editor

Emma Cain

other contributors

Jane Gibreel, Gaby Schrembi, Amanda Harding

Mali


analysis

Zoumana Kone, Bakary Sogoba, Mamadou Diallo, Yacouba Simbe, Bill Tod

writing/editor

Marion Molteno

other contributors

Patrick Proctor, Amanda Harding

Mongolia


analysis

Helen Penn, Mandal Urtnasan, Tsendsuren Tumee, Ehkbat, John Beauclerk

writing

Helen Penn, Emma Cain

editor

Emma Cain

other contributors

Norjkhorloo, Anna McCord

Mozambique


analysis

Roy Trivedi, Joao Jussar, Victoria Roque, Stephen Rodber

writing

Roy Trivedi

editor

Bridget Crumpton

other contributors

Kimberly Ogadhoh, Anna Fonseca, Jane Gibreel, Andrew Timpson

Pakistan


analysis

Harris Khalique, Bahar Ali, Rachel Marcus

writing/editor

Rachel Marcus, Bridget Crumpton

other contributors

Fiona King, David Walker

Peru


analysis

Patricia Andrade, Ricardo Villanueva, Martin Kelsey, Emma Cain

writing/editor

Emma Cain

Analysis across case studies

Introductions to Sections II -V: Bridget Crumpton, Marion Molteno
'What has been Learned' sections: Bridget Crumpton, Emma Cain
'Editor's Conclusions' on each study: Emma Cain, David Norman

Section I Marion Molteno (with contributions from all the editorial team)

Other contributors

Papers contributing to overall analysis

(internal documents prepared for this study, and unpublished unless otherwise stated)

Shon Campbell

Supporting basic education during conflict (examples from Afghanistan)

Pawan Gupta

A view from the south: a southern NGO on the role of international agencies

Felicity Hill

Cost sharing in basic education (examples from Africa and South Asia)

Pholoho Khatleli, Lilian Mariga, Lineo Phachaka and Sue Stubbs, Schools for all: National


planning in Lesotho, in O'Toole & McConkey (eds) Innovations in Developing Countries for People with Disabilities, Lisieux Hall, Lancashire, 1995

Rachel Lambert

Education for children of pastoralists

Marion Molteno

Education at the margins, keynote paper prepared for a conference of that name, Cambridge, April 1998

Lynette Mudekunye, Karen Eyres, Chris McIvor, Sarah Hands, Basic education for children on the


commercial farms in Zimbabwe

Helen Penn

The education of children in ex-communist countries, Social Science Research Institute, Univ of London, 1999 (based on experience with Save the Children)

Joachim Theis

Education of ethnic minority children in Vietnam


Written outcomes from cross-regional workshops:

Michael Etherton

Challenges in basic education in South and Central Asia (with video)

Helen Penn

The education of children in ex-communist countries

Rita Bhatia

Education Advocacy in Africa

Patrick Proctor, with Vanessa Herringshaw, Bill Bell An Education Advocacy Toolkit for NGOs

Emmanuelle Abrioux (ed) Education in Conflict: a 'Minimum Requirements Package'

Workshop preparation was undertaken by Save the Children staff in Nepal, Kyrgyzstan, Brazil/Peru and Kenya, assisted by Samina Sheikh.


Working group on A Chance in Life

writing/editors

Kimberly Ogadhoh, Marion Molteno

Latin America/Caribbean

Ricardo Villanueva, Chris McIvor

Middle East

Qassem Saad, Julia Gilkes

South/Central Asia

Deepika Nair, Prakash Koirala, John Harriss

East Asia/Pacific

Becbec Abellana, Alison Joyner

East Africa

Kuel Aguer Kuel, Elizabeth Mekonnen

Southern/West Africa

Dedo Nortey, Chris Saunders

UK/Eastern Europe

Tina Hyder

Save the Children Alliance

Peter Laugharn (USA) Annika Nordin, Helena Gazelius (Sweden)

Many people made useful comments on drafts of Section 1: Angela Penrose, Joshua Kyallo, Chris Thornton, Wiseman Ngwata, Luke Dausse, Digby Swift, and many of the case study contributors. David Norman contributed to the final drafting of conclusions, and taking the book through production. David Clarke and Perran Penrose made significant contributions to locating the studies in the context of wider educational debates. We are grateful to Terry Allsop and David Clarke in DFID for encouragement, and Graham Larkbey for assistance with publication.

Editorial team responsibilities:

· Formulation of the hypothesis, selection of the studies - Kimberly Ogadhoh and Marion Molteno

· Guidelines for local researchers - Kimberly Ogadhoh

· Country-based research: Emma Cain co-ordinated studies in four countries, Kimberly Ogadhoh in three, Bridget Crumpton in two. Bridget worked with all nine studies in the final stages

· Analysis across countries: for A Chance in Life - Marion Molteno and Kimberly Ogadhoh; for the case studies - Marion Molteno and Bridget Crumpton

· Workshop preparation - Bridget Crumpton, with assistance from Samina Sheikh

· Supervision of the publication of translations - Bridget Crumpton

· Picture research - Emma Cain with assistance from Shireen Miller

· Final editing - Bridget Crumpton, Emma Cain, Marion Molteno, with assistance from David Norman