The impact of the proposed TA is to contribute to increasing effective investments in ICT in basic education for improved education opportunities and closer alignment with labor market needs in the participating countries (AZE, KAZ, KGZ, MON, TAJ, UZB). The outcome of the TA is to enhance the capacity of the participating DMCs for analysis, planning and effective implementation of projects and programs for ICT in basic education. The TA will have two outputs: (i) experiences and lessons learned exchanged for deepening awareness and understanding of benefits of ICT use and key issues relating to effective and sustainable ICT investment in basic education (through workshops at national and subregional level); (ii) publication of an integrated set of knowledge products on ICT in Basic Education for Development Results in the Central Asia Region , including hard copy and multi-media format.
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