Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Sep 30, 2020
Disclosed by Bank Sep 9, 2020
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According to bank documents, the project objective is to improve access, completion and the quality of basic education (including Early Childhood Development and Education), skills training and support services for girls, boys and youth in ESwatini.
The project has four components:
Component 2: Improving internal efficiency and quality in Basic Education. There are two major issues that the project will address during the period when children are in school in ESwatini. First, improving the overall quality of education so that students leave the education system with strong foundational skills and higher levels of cognitive and non-cognitive/transversal skills. Second, improving the retention of children through the end of junior secondary education.
Component 3: Improving employment prospects and support services for youth. This component is focused on addressing the multiple deprivations faced by youth (including youth with disabilities) through comprehensive interventions targeted towards supporting them to become more productive citizens.
Strengthening technical and vocational training for youth in selected economic sectors
Component 4: Project Management, Capacity Building and Technical Assistance. The objective of this component is to strengthen key management capacities of the MoET, regional and local education offices as well as the Project Implementation Unit (PIU) which will support the Ministry with procurement, financial management, supervision of project activities and monitoring and evaluation.
Elizabeth Ninan Dulvy
Senior Education Specialist
Ministry of Finance
Ministry of Education and Training
Ntombenhle Dlamini Dr.
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