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Mozambique - Education Sector Support Project (English)

The objective of the Education Sector Support Project for Mozambique is to improve access to and, quality and equity of education. There are four components to the project, the first component being improving access to education. In 2005, the Government accelerated classroom construction through the decentralization of the competencies for classroom construction to the provinces. This was part of the overall strategy to expand access to primary education for all school aged children and improve teaching conditions. The second component is the improving the quality of education. This component will continue to support the Government plans to improve the quality of education through: (i) the continued implementation of the reform in teacher training which is aimed at providing intense and quality pre-service and in-service training and increasing the number of teachers; (ii) the provision of free primary school books; (iii) direct support to schools; and (iv) subsidies for literacy workers. The third component is the HIV/AIDS prevention and mitigation. Finally, the fourth component is the strengthening management of the education sector administrative system. The objective of this component is to strengthen institutional capacity at all levels to ensure adequate management of the education sector administrative system.


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Mozambique - Education Sector Support Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.