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General overview

Stage of development: Complete

Policy sector: Education

Date outcomes contract signed: May 2015

Start date of service provision: Jun 2015

Anticipated completion date: May 2018

Actual completion date: May 2018

Capital raised (minimum): CHF 267.73k (USD 292.90k)

Max potential outcome payment: USD 422k

Service users: 18k+ individuals


Educate Girls utilises an integrated community-based approach to provide education to young girls aged 6-14 in Rajasthan India. Educate Girls strong community ties provides them with a unique position to positively influence and communicate the value of education within rural Indian communities in Rajasthan. Educate Girls understanding of the cultural context and its flexible teaching approach, allows them to create tailored teaching programmes that adapt to the needs of the end user, which ultimately improves the quality of their education.

Target population

Out-of-school girls in Rajasthan. Educate Girls compiled and maintained a census of out-of-school girls in treatment villages, which IDinsight validated each year.



  • India

Service delivery locations

  • Rajasthan, India

Involved organisations

Commissioners/outcome payers

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Outcome metrics

  • Outcome 1: Learning Gains. Aggregate learning gains for all students in grades 3-5 as measured by ASER test scores relative to control group.
  • Outcome 2: Enrollment. Student enrolment defined by the of out-of-school girls (between age 7 and 14) enrolled in school by the end of the third year.

SyROCCo reports

The following articles are taken from the Systematic Review of Outcomes Contracts Collaboration (SyROCCo) Machine Learning tool.

The tool is a collaboration between the Government Outcomes Lab and machine learning experts from the University of Warwick, that allows you to navigate and explore data extracted from nearly 2000 academic and grey literature publications related to outcomes-based contracting.

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