|Approval Date||20 May 2015|
|Signature Date||27 May 2015|
|Planned Completion Date||31 Dec 2023|
|Sovereign / Non-Sovereign||Sovereign|
|DAC Sector Code||11110|
The Capacity Building for Improved Quality of Education System and Skills Development Project is designed to enhance Teachers and managers’ skills development and the use of technology to improve quality education and training. The project will upgrade the capacities of a critical mass of teachers (52 000 of whom 42% are female), Technical Education and Vocational Training (TEVT) trainers (2096 of whom 35% are female), educational planners, managers, faculty lecturers and assistants (450 of whom 50% are female) to effectively contribute towards the achievement of the national education goals. The first component of the project focuses on supporting capacity building for improving the quality of the education system. The second component relates to the improvement of teaching and training conditions in FTE institutions. The third concerns the management of the project. This component includes specific support for project coordination, management and evaluation.
The project’s development objective is to enhance skills development and the use of technology to improve education and training delivery. The specific objective of the project is to build capacity within the education and training sector in order to internalize the major management and training functions to deliver quality skills needed in the Sudanese economy.
The project will benefit 52,000 un-qualified teachers in basic and secondary education, 2,096 TEVT trainers and to over 27,814 pupils currently enrolled in general education and TEVT institutions of whom 455 in agriculture, 9,980 in industry, 8,262 in commercial studies. The project will also benefit 450 educational planners, managers, education faculty lecturers and assistants. At least 50% of all the project beneficiaries will be females where applicable. The indirect beneficiaries are: 52 vocational institutes, 115 technical schools, 19 technical colleges (HE) and 15,811 basic education schools where 4,832,473 students (46.3 % girls) are enrolled, 3,002 secondary school attended by 679,476 pupils of whom 48% are girls.
Fragile States Facility
Government Of Sudan
|Last Update||06 Dec 2022|
|Name||WAMALWA Fredrick Masinde|
|7.5 30||South Sudan|
|14.68333 29.93333||Shamal Kurdufun|