According to the bank's documents, "The Program Development Objective is to improve the quality, equitable access, and efficiency of basic and secondary education in Nepal by supporting the Government's School Sector Development Program."
"The proposed Additional Financing (AF) Grant will not entail any changes to the original Program supported through IDA and GPE Education Sector Program Implementation Grant (ESPIG). The proposed AF will add a new component to the SSDP using the IPF modality with the objective to maintaining access to basic education in grant-supported local governments and build resilience for continued learning.The AF component will contribute to the implementation of MOEST’s ECCCP, to support continuation of learning for approximately 6.5 million children in basic education in Nepal."
Trust Fund US$ 10.85 million
Karthika Radhakrishnan, Senior Education Specialist
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The Secretary, Ministry of Finance
Ministry of Education, Science and Technology
Krishna Kapri, Joint Secretary
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