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General overview

Stage of development: Implementation

Policy sector: Education

Date outcomes contract signed: Jan 2022

Start date of service provision: May 2022

Capital raised (minimum): DKK 18.40m (USD 2.93m)

Service users: 80 individuals


The intervention is a comprehensive and long-term teaching and mentoring program intended to support vulnerable children and children in care to graduate from primary and secondary school, thus building a stronger foundation for a better life. The program lasts six years, and follows the participants at least until they finish primary school. The program consists of learning camps, a mentoring scheme based on the help of volunteers as well as building bridges from the program to the children's everyday life.

Target population

Placed and vulnerable children in Aarhus Municipality



  • Denmark

Service delivery locations

  • Aarhus

Outcome metrics

  • Program participation (i.e. whether the individual has participated in the program or not)
  • Participants graduate from the 9th grade within 6 years of joining the intervention
  • Participants graduate from secondary education (e.g. high school) or have at least 1 year of study activity on secondary education within 9 years after joining the intervention.
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