|Approval Date||30 Jun 1999|
|Signature Date||17 Sep 1999|
|Planned Completion Date||31 Dec 2006|
|Last Disbursement Planned Date||31 Dec 2006|
|Sovereign / Non-Sovereign||Sovereign|
|DAC Sector Code||11110|
The Education System Development Support Project is designed on the basis of the major imperatives of the educational system, namely the sub-systems of basic and secondary (lower cycle) education. It plans to build 250 classrooms spread across 35 schools and 10 colleges with 60 classrooms. The project also has a major socio-economic dimension. Indeed, it constitutes a vector of social justice insofar as measures have been taken to reduce regional, social and gender disparities in access to education and poverty reduction in the country. At the pedagogical level, in-service teacher training, provision of functional schools and colleges, capacity-building for the local production of textbooks, and skills development should make it possible to effectively consolidate the sector's achievements in democratizing basic and lower secondary education and improving the quality of the system. The project has four main components, namely: (i) consolidation of the reception capacity and improvement of the quality of basic and secondary education; (ii) strengthening of girls' schooling and women's literacy; (iii) strengthening of the MEN's capacities in terms of planning, management, pedagogical supervision, evaluation and production of pedagogical equipment; and (iv) support to the Project Management Structure.
The sectoral objective of the project is to contribute to the development of human resources. More specifically, the project aims to consolidate the achievements of the education system by focusing on the reduction of disparities and the improvement of the quality of basic and lower secondary education.
The target beneficiaries are students, teachers, authorities in charge of the education system and other actors.
African Development Fund
Government Of Mauritania
DIRECTION DES PROJECTS EDUCATION/ FORMATION
|Last Update||20 Jun 2021|