The TA will assist the Government in review and update national sector policies, and analyze sector needs and action plans. It will assess the achievements, progress under the ESRP and projects funded by other donors. Specific TA activities will include (i) identifying key medium and longer term reform measures and assessing policy alternatives; (ii) reviewing sector policy documents, strategies and action plans to address priorities and investment needs; and (iii) preparing a detailed feasibility study with costings to support the project design. The TA team will analyze current education sector expenditures and make recommendations to improve system efficiency of resource allocation and utilization, and review a mid-term expenditure framework for the education sector, prioritizing functions by capital and recurrent expenditures. These activities will lay the groundwork for initiating a SWAp. The TA will focus on three principal areas:
1. Sustainability of School Facilities
Latest Project Documents
|Education Sector Reform II||Jun 2014|
|Preparing the Second Education Sector Reform Project||Jun 2006|
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