IJSRP, Volume 13, Issue 10, October 2023 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Hassan Issack Ibrahim and Dr. Stella Karimi Silas
Education for girls is very vital in any country since girls are very delicate in nature and need to be given the necessary support they require. Since the onset of relative political stability in Somalia, the federal and state governments have initiated education projects targeting vulnerable communities to increase access to quality education for girls who have reached age going to school. The projects are also targeted at improving gender equality in access to education with the aim of raising the literacy levels in the country. Thus, the current study aimed at determining how planning for monitoring and evaluation influence performance of girls’ education project in public primary schools in Baidoa, Somalia.