Tanzania Early Grade Social and Emotional Skills and Phonics-Based Literacy Learning Agenda (Revised 12/1/20 )

USAID and LASER PULSE (Long-term Assistance and Services for Research Partners for University-Led Solutions Engine), hereafter referred to as LASER, seek four page Concept Notes (CNs) from multidisciplinary teams of researchers to undertake the design of the Learning Agenda work to support a Tanzania-based pre-primary, primary and secondary education programming called “Jifunze Uelewe”. This learning agenda should also contribute to the overall progress in sustainably improving pre-primary and standards (Grade) 1-4 literacy and numeracy skills for all learners in Tanzania.

This request for (CNs) is administered by the LASER PULSE consortium led by Purdue University and funded through USAID’s Global Development Lab/Center for Development Research. The project period is from January 31, 2021 to August 30, 2023 with total funding amount up to $850,000. The Concept Note must be no more than four (4) typed pages long, written in English, with narrative portions prepared in MS Word or Open Office format, using Times New Roman font, size 11, or similar typeset in single line spacing.

View the request for concept notes here: