According to WB documents, the project aims to improve equitable access to early childhood education (ECE) and teacher quality in ECE and in primary education in targeted disadvantaged counties, and to strengthen national school accountability systems. The project has four components:
Component 1. Improving quality of and access to early childhood education in the selected disadvantaged counties of Liberia
Component 2. Supporting teacher certification, deployment and professionalization
Component 3. Improving school management, accountability and monitoring systems
Component 4. Project Management
Component 5. Variable Part/Disbursement-Linked Indicators and Eligible Expenditures
Team Leader: Peter Darvas
Senior Economist, World Bank
No contact information provided at the time of disclosure.
Implementing Agency: Ministry of Education
George Werner, Minister of Education
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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