According to the bank document, the proposed this additonal financing will support the Ministry of Primary and Mass Education in planning, coordinating, managing, providing and monitoring safe and equitable learning opportunities for the DRP in Cox’s Bazar while the original project will cater to the needs of the host communities. The original Project Development Objectives (PDO) will remain unchangedand is to “improve equitable access, retention and completion in quality primary education for out-of-school children in selected under-served areas”. The proposed AF will support a new (fifth) component to be added to the ROSC II project to encompass new activities to support MoPME in responding to the crisis in Cox’s Bazar Distric.
The parent project is Reaching Out of School Children II -P131394
Syed Rashed Al-Zayed
Team Leader and Senior Economist
Ministry of Primary and Mass Education
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