According to WB website, the objective is to improve access to quality basic education and strengthen capacity in education sector management. There are four components to the project:
Component 1. Increasing access through school infrastructure development.
Component 2. Enhancing teaching effectiveness and support alternative education programs. This includes two subcomponents: enhancing teaching effectiveness, and support alternative education.
Component 3. Capacity building to strengthen service delivery. The successive crises have severely weakened the service delivery system.
Component 4. Contingency emergency
Team Leader: Dung-Kim Pham, Kebede Feda
Senior Operations Officer, World Bank
No contact information provided at the time of disclosure.
Implementing Agency: Ministry of Primary, Secondary, Technical and Literacy Education (MEPSTA)
MADA Ernest, Directeur du Cabinet
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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