In realising Whizz Education’s mission to enable communities around the world to reach their full potential, it is essential that we partner with stakeholders throughout the education system.
Whizz Education designs and implements programmes aligned with ministry of education goals and institutional policies, as well as their existing processes and initiatives, to ensure we address their specific challenges. We work in partnership with multiple stakeholders, from programme design and all the way through implementation to ensure optimum outcomes are achieved.
In education, the term stakeholder typically refers to anyone who is invested in the welfare and success of a school and its students, meaning there are many stakeholders that must be considered, engaged and onboarded to achieve systemic change in education. At Whizz Education we work with international donors, governments, local authorities, communities, schools and parents to bring systemic transformation to education systems globally.
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