|Overall project value (EUR)|
|€ 3 116 705|
|Origin of funding|
|Proportion carried out by legal entity|
|Number of staff provided|
Detailed description of project Back
The Common Sectoral Fund for Education (FCSE) is the preferred funding mechanism by the Government of Niger for the implementation of the Transitional and Sectoral Plan for Education and Training (PTSEF) adopted in November 2019. The principles that guided the design of the FCSE were alignment with national procedures and structures, strengthening the management, piloting and implementation capacity of the FCSE of all actors in the system, strengthening the program approach (UEMOA reform), the capacity to accommodate new contributors, the traceability of appropriations in the Finance Act and the safekeeping of FCSE resources in escrow accounts.
It serves the objectives and implementation of the PTSEF and it is designed to leverage (i) the transformation of the education system, (ii) sectoral dialogue between Partners and Government, (iii) sector planning and reporting, (iv) results-based management, (iv) institutional reforms such as devolution and decentralization that will improve the performance of the education system, (v) funding within this framework of a broad spectrum of public structures where educational outcomes are achieved.
The Technical Assistance is expected to contribute to the following leverage effects:
Main staff provided: