|Ministry of Education Jordan|
|Overall project value (EUR)|
|€ 54 570|
|Origin of funding|
|Gov. of Jordan|
|Proportion carried out by legal entity|
|Number of staff provided|
Detailed description of project Back
The Education Reform for the Knowledge Economy (ERfKE) is a comprehensive national five-year plan to transform kindergarten, basic and secondary education tom meet the needs of a modern, knowledge-based economy and consists of four components:
CIDA’s support to ERfKE focuses on the two first components and was delivered through two mechanisms: a $5 Million Consultancy trust fund managed by the World Bank and a $15 Million TA project, Supporting Jordan’s Education (SJE) to transform the administration and delivery of public primary and secondary schooling with enhanced teaching and learning. Currently the Government of Jordan, with the support of donors (the World Bank, USAID, and CIDA) is in the initial stages of implementation of the Second Phase of Education Reform (ERfKE II) for the period 2010-2016. The End of Term Comprehensive Evaluation of SJE is intended to inform MOE about the outcomes of the investment, highlight how the project has (or not) met expectations, delivered results, the problems/constraints faced, and the contribution of the programme to the reform efforts.
The study is qualitative in nature and the key impact/outcome indicators to be analysed are:
Type of services provided
PROMAN provides the services of a Senior Education Expert who:
PROMAN manages the contract, provides backstopping including the recruitment via Jordan subcontractor of the surveyors and a data processor.