The development objective of the Support to Reaching All Children with Education (RACE 2) Program for Results Project for Lebanon is to promote equitable access to education services, enhance quality of student learning, and strengthen the education systems in the Recipient’s education sector in response to the protracted refugee crisis. Lebanon’s education system is governed principally by two entities: Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MEHE) and Center for Educational Research and Development (CERD). MEHE is responsible for overseeing the overall education sector, from the approval of national policies to the provision of service delivery in public schools, as well as regulation of private schools and other education service providers. CERD, an autonomous agency under the custodial authority of MEHE, is responsible for strategic planning nationwide, at the pre-university level.The RACE 2 program aims to achieve three outcomes and nine outputs that are structured around three pillars: i) Equitable Access, ii) Enhanced Quality, and iii) Strengthened Systems.
This is a Program for Results loan
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