Strengthening Education Systems in East Africa (SESEA) is a large-scale,
five year (2013-2017) regional education project working in targeted
geographies in Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda.
Supported by Global Affairs Canada (GAC) and the Aga Khan Foundation Canada, SESEA is implemented by the Aga Khan Development Network in partnership with the respective national governments at all levels and fully aligned with the governments' agendas of improving quality of education.
The overall objective of SESEA is to improve the learning outcomes of boys and girls, particularly in literacy and numeracy, at pre-primary and primary levels. Besides
capacity development and training, it has a strong focus on inquiry and
research on key issues in education in the East African region.