According to bank documents, the project objective is to improve learning and promotion within the first two sub-cycles of basic education.
The project has four components:
Scale Up Activity A: Expanding teacher training (US$4.30 million). Well-prepared teachers are an essential requirement for effective learning in the early years.
Scale Up Activity B: Expanding community-based school construction (US$3.40 million). This is a continuation of component 2.2 of the parent project.
Additional Activity C: Providing teaching and learning materials based on the new school curriculum (US$4.60 million). Well-designed teaching and learning materials are a proven element of effective learning, and the AF would ensure national coverage in the critical early years of school.
Additional Activity D: Improving sector analysis and supporting project management (US$0.80 million). Ongoing research and evaluation provide support to the MENETP activities, help identify best practices, and inform decisions regarding various projects included in the ESP.
parent PAEB structure, within the CERC component, aimed at improving preparedness and prevention, as well as reducing the negative impact of natural hazards – mainly cyclones, which strike Madagascar almost every year – on access to safe learning environments, especially for the most often excluded children.
Global Partnership for Education variable part (US$5.88 million) : The AF would (i) extend existing DLIs, notably the number of plan of CISCO to improve promotion rate at schools and the number of schools to have increased the promotion rate; (ii) develop process of certification for training of school principals and number of school director trained and certified (iii) develop regional plans to improve pedagogical practices of teachers (iv) restructure existing DLI, notably to reduce the scope of the change of the school calendar in pilot regions and to increase the learning time in those regions.
Efa-Fti Education Program Development Fund - $47.25M
Rary Adria Rakotoarivony
Ministry of Economy and Finance
Ministry of National Education, Technical and Professional Training
Unité de Facilitation de Projet (UFP)
Ministry of National Education and Technical and Professional Training
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