Ref N° 563

Capacity building on knowledge management and capitalization of experiences and projects of Ministry of Education

Overall project value (EUR)
€ 32 424
Origin of funding
Proportion carried out by legal entity
Consortium members
Start date
May 2017
End date
July 2017
Number of staff provided
40 w/d

Detailed description of project Back

UNICEF collaborates with Ministry of National Education and Vocational Training (MoE) in Morocco to support for the development of the Moroccan education system through the implementation of strategic projects especially in the areas of governance, capacity building for planning. implementation and monitoring and evaluation

Important results have been achieved in the frame of the cooperation between UNICEF and MoE. The risk of volatilization of these achievements at the end of cooperation cycles is often perceived as a reality for various reasons. These results deserve to be qualitatively documented in through strengthening capacities of education stakeholders in knowledge management and capitalization.

As a result, capitalization of projects and experiences within the framework of the international cooperation with UNICEF has become (i) essential to contribute to the convergence of initiatives and synergies to help channelling efforts; (ii) necessary to ensure greater quality of technical support and (iii) important too) to enhance cooperation programs effectiveness and visibility in terms of generalization of best practices.

The consultation objective is to develop guidance and mechanisms to strengthen knowledge management and capitalisation of projects and experiences, based on the MOE – UNICEF cooperation experiences implemented during the period 2012-2016.

Type of services provided

  • Development of a methodological guide (manual) for capitalization of projects and documentation of experiences, including development of practical tools;
  • Development of a training module to strengthen capacities of MoE-UNICEF cooperation focal points at central and decentralised levels.

Main staff provided:

  • Education sector specialist (40 w/d).

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