Ref N° 210

Joint Review Mission of the Second Educational Sector Development Programme (ESDP II) – Education Expert

Country
Ethiopia
Client
Belgian Technical Cooperation
Overall project value (EUR)
€ 16 587
Origin of funding
BTC-CTB
Proportion carried out by legal entity
100%
Consortium members
-
Start date
September 2004
End date
October 2004
Number of staff provided
0.7 w/d

Detailed description of project Back

The Education Sector Development Program (ESDP) has been introduced in Ethiopia in the context of the deterioration of the whole social and educational situation after long years of internal and external conflicts in Ethiopia and its region. Within the Ethiopian PRSP, the education sector is one of the main priorities for the overall development of the country, as well as in terms of poverty reduction.

A task force on the quality and effectiveness of teacher education resulted in a TDP with three sub-programs:

  • Teacher education system overhaul;
  • Leadership and management program for school directors;
  • English language improvement program.

Belgium, through the DGDC, decided to support the TDP and so BTC became involved in the management and planning of this support. It implicates the participation in pooled funding with several other donors and with the National Authorities in the driver’s seat.

To enhance the understanding of the educational context of ESDP and TDP, the participation in the joint review mission education (planned between 13-29 October) will constitute complementary value, enabling the BTC to better define the modalities for follow-up of the TDP Programme.

Type of services provided

PROMAN provided the services of an Education expert who:

  • Participated in the preparatory plenary sessions of the JRM and in one of the regional teams;
  • Provided specific inputs into the JRM with respect to teacher education and development;
  • Contributed to the drafting of the JRM report;
  • Produced a complementary report to the JRM report outlining salient issues with regard to teacher education and the Teacher Development Programme.

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