|Approval Date||05 Dec 2001|
|Signature Date||28 Mar 2002|
|Planned Completion Date||31 Dec 2010|
|Last Disbursement Planned Date||30 Dec 2010|
|Sovereign / Non-Sovereign||Sovereign|
|DAC Sector Code||11110|
The ADF Basic Education and job Skills Project (Education II) derives from priority human resource requirements at the basic education level, which form the basis of the objectives of the Interim Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (I-PRSP) of the Government of Angola. The project is designed to contribute to poverty reduction through an increase in access to quality basic education and to skills development opportunities for the most vulnerable population groups. It covers deprived urban and rural areas of four western provinces of the country where there is also a substantial number of internally displaced persons (IDPs). These provinces are Luanda, Kwanza Sul, Benguela and Namibe and have been selected primarily on the basis of security considerations, since intensive supervision will be a major factor in successfully implementing the project.
The sector goal is to strengthen Angola's human resources capacity. The project objective is to contribute to an increased access to and an improved quality of basic education and skills-oriented training through the rehabilitation of 122 classrooms and the establishment of 244 new classrooms where none exist at all; the rehabilitation and/or expansion of 2 existing Skills Training Centres for youths and adolescents; and the development of a capacity for the improvement of the professional skills of in-service underqualified teachers.
The primary target group for basic education improvement are children living in the poorest barrios of the urban and per-urban areas of the three provinces. Although the majority of these children are registered as in-school large numbers of them do not have classes in the school building due to overcrowding. Because most of the schools are on triple shifts, children receive at most three hours per day of actual learning time. Schools in these poor areas will be expanded and rehabilitated. Sites for new school construction will target areas where refugees as well as permanent residents can benefit from improved access and quality of education. Poor children, especially girls, street children and children with mild handicaps will be the target group for job skills training programs.
African Development Fund
Government Of Angola
Ministère de l'Education et de la Culture
|Last Update||31 Oct 2019|