ERF's core operations are based on a process that is developed in response to the collected evidence from published national priorities including ERF collaborations and engagements with local stakeholders in countries. 

The key elements of the method are that ERF:

  1. Proposes teaching content that will complement the existing curricula through training of teachers, content and material development by working alongside decision makers at the policy level, partnering with other NGOs, school systems as well as with curriculum content providers.
  2. Ensures that the collated evidence is quantifiable and transparent.
  3. Develops evidence-based propositions.
  4. Supports projects and initiatives, ideally in partnership with other organisations (NGOs and content providers) that can help demonstrate core propositions of ERF.



Only evidenced social and cultural benefits of ERF's methodology are used as its on-going influencing proposals in the international arena.