According to the Bank’s website, the objectives of the Project are to: (i) improve the learning environment in participating institutions, with an emphasis on supporting disadvantaged students; and (ii) strengthen the capacity of the Ministry of Education and Research for sector management and refugee response.
World Bank Team Leader:
Anna Olefir - Senior Education Specialist
No contacts available at the time of disclosure.
Borrower - Republic of Moldova:
Elena Matveeva - Head of Directorate for Public Debt
Implementing Agencies -
Ministry of Education and Research:
National Office for Regional and Local Development (NORLD):
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