According to bank documents, the project objective is to enhance teaching practices of Arabic and Mathematics teachers and improve literacy and numeracy skills among the most vulnerable primary students in lagging Iraqi governorates.
The project has three components:
Component 1. Strengthen teaching practices of Arabic and Mathematics primary teachers in early literacy and numeracy.
Component 2. Support parents and schools with tailored learning tools to serve students while they learn at home or at school.
Component 3. Capacity building for school leaders, DOE and MOE and Monitoring and Evaluation.
Ministry of Finance (MOF)
Mr. Salah Hadeethi
Ministry of Education (MOE)
Abdul Shaheed Jwad Muein
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