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Kyrgyz Republic : rural education project (English)

Ratings for the Rural Education Project were as follows: outcome was moderately unsatisfactory, risk to development outcome was moderate, Bank performance was moderately unsatisfactory, and Borrower performance was moderately satisfactory. Lessons include (i) A selective, and realistic approach to design is likely to create a more closely articulated link (attribution) between World Bank interventions and outcomes. (ii) Relatively inexpensive but strategically positioned interventions can have a significant effect. (iii) Robust monitoring and evaluation is a fundamental component of project management and is integral to the articulation of, and sometimes to the realization of, desired outcome. (iv) It is critical to promote and nurture collaboration with other donors in pursuit of common, strategic goals.


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    Project Performance Assessment Report

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    Kyrgyz Republic,

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    Europe and Central Asia,

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    Kyrgyz Republic : rural education project

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    Policy and human Resource Development;Program for International Student;adequate financing of textbook replacement;Gross National Income Per Capita;achievement of development outcome;Operational Core Curriculum;Primary and Secondary Education;financial support to school;Commonwealth of Independent States;Country Partnership Strategy;country assistance strategy;Country Assistance Strategies;textbook rental scheme;school enrollment rate;rural area;cost of education;gender equality perspective;quality at entry;provision of textbook;learning improvement plan;production of textbook;quality of education;performance management system;learning material;teacher incentive;general budget support;Development Policy Operation;curriculum development specialist;gdp growth rate;decline in remittance;global economic crisis;equipment and supply;senior education specialist;literacy and numeracy;quality of preparation;rural teacher fellowship;Special Drawing Right;quality of supervision;donor agency staff;financial management requirement;resources and capacity;generation of textbook;net enrollment rate;lack of textbook;lack of finance;human resource base;international student assessment;rate of enrollment;ratio of male;participation in school;quality of learning;improvement of school;concentration of poverty;general secondary education;Demand For Education;approach to teaching;higher education institution;Education Quality;



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Kyrgyz Republic : rural education project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.