|Approval Date||31 Mar 2004|
|Signature Date||26 May 2004|
|Planned Completion Date||31 Dec 2012|
|Last Disbursement Planned Date||29 Jun 2012|
|Sovereign / Non-Sovereign||Sovereign|
|DAC Sector Code||11110|
The present project meets the need of a human resources strengthening in the crucial area of teaching and pedagogic staff training. he project aims at assisting the Government in pursuing its efforts to resolve issues connected to access to primary education and training of teachers and pedagogic supervisors. Morever, by constructing lasting infrastructure and strengthening the national human resources capacity in the education sector, the project will give girls and boys of school-going age greater access to quality education. At the primary level, it provides for the construction of school modules comprising classrooms, latrines and wells. Thus, the 225 classrooms built (offering 12,000 new vacancies at the primary level) will be equipped with 150 latrines, the purpose being to improve the pupils’ hygiene conditions. The total project cost, excluding taxes and customs duty, is estimated at UA 6 million (i.e. CFAF 4.98 billion at the September 2003 exchange rate), of which UA 4.37 million in foreign exchange (72.60%) and UA 1.65 million in local currency (27.40%). The project whose implementation is scheduled to cover five (5) years comprises the following three (3) components: (i) improvement of the school infrastructure and environment; (ii) training of teachers and pedagogic supervisors; and (iii) project management and steering.
The project’s sector goal is to contribute to Chad’s achieving the Education-for-All (EFA) objectives and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for the sector. The sector goal will be reached by: (i) improving the school infrastructure and environment; (ii) strengthening the quality of teachers and pedagogical supervisors; and (iii) improving the capacity of the education system to monitor and evaluate performance.
The project beneficiaries are boys and girls of school age in the project areas, young girls of the Am-Riguebe High School, teachers and other primary and secondary level pedagogic supervisory staff as well as national and decentralized structures in charge of sector performance monitoring and evaluation. The construction of classrooms in permanent construction materials in the country’s poorer regions will help to attenuate the regional disparities in terms of access to education by putting durable infrastructure at the disposal of the school-age population. The end beneficiaries will be mostly primary and secondary school pupils as well as the general population which will have access to water from wells sunk in or near schools.
African Development Fund
Government Of Chad
Cellule de Suivi des Projets Education
|Last Update||31 Oct 2019|
|11 20.5||Salamat Region|
|13.5 21.25||Ouaddai Region|
|15 21.5||Wadi Fira Region|
|9.5 16.5||Tandjile Region|
|9.3333 18.5||Moyen-Chari Region|
|10 15.83||Mayo-Kebbi Est Region|
|8.25 16.42||Logone Oriental Region|
|8.7529 15.8724||Logone Occidental Region|
|13.5 14.5||Lac Region|
|15 15||Kanem Region|