According to the bank's documents, the proposed project aims to "(1) Response, Recovery and Resilience: Enhanced and targeted COVID-19 education response; (2) Improved opportunities for learning for OOSC and at-risk students ; and (3) Stronger federal-provincial coordination and management. The results areas are focused on supporting mitigation strategies that would reduce the socio-economic impacts of COVID-19 and support continued learning with the aim of restoring human capital formation and welfare in the medium and long-term. The Project would specifically target areas with lagging outcomes in learning, gender equity, number of out-of-school children, socio-economic factors, and negative effects of COVID-19 on the demographic population."
Juan Baron, Senior Economist
Phone 92-51-909015, firstname.lastname@example.org
Manal Bakur N Quota, Education Spec.
Phone 458-4180, email@example.com
Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training
Sajid Yoosufani, Secretary of Education
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