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Mauritania - Skills Development Support Project (English)

The Skills Development Support Project of Mauritania had a moderately satisfactory outcome, moderately satisfactory performance by the Bank and the monitoring and evaluation quality was substantial. The lessons learned were: (1) Continued collaboration and interaction between the Bank and the government is necessary in project implementation, particularly when introducing and implementing large-scale reforms. (2) A project’s objectives and design should be aligned with government priorities. (3) A tailored and upfront capacity-building program for key stakeholders is important for project management and system strengthening. (4) A competitive funding mechanism can effectively promote demand-driven skills development and training. (5) The involvement of the private sector in the upstream identification of training needs is crucial to improve the relevance of programming and increasing insertion rates for graduates.

Details

  • Document Date

    2018/06/29

  • Document Type

    Implementation Completion and Results Report

  • Report Number

    128452

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Mauritania,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2018/07/20

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Mauritania - Skills Development Support Project

  • Keywords

    Technical and Vocational Education; short-term training; Drivers of Economic Growth; small and medium enterprise; access to basic service; millennium development goal; economic and financial analysis; Standards, Curriculum and Textbooks; Social Development and Protection; quality and efficiency; labor market demand; human resource development; cost of training; labor market need; quality and relevance; provision of good; teacher training program; high opportunity cost; exploitation of mineral; gdp growth rate; human capital improvement; private sector training; accreditation of program; number of beneficiaries; share of enrollment; job training program; Science and Technology; Access to Education; assessment of achievement; conflict and violence; provision of equipment; allocation of fund; high dropout rate; secondary education enrollment; increasing student enrollment; mutually beneficial partnership; primary completion rate; lack of skill; primary school enrollment; skilled labor force; institutional capacity building; skill training programs; private training institution; gross domestic product; access to training; public resource allocation; labor market entry; civil works; tracer study; unemployed youth; skill development; graduation rate; apprenticeship program; drop-out rate; legal framework; job market; productive sector; external efficiency; pass rate; built mechanism; mitigating risk; inclusive growth; small cities; Vocational Training; result indicator; procurement delay; Indicator Target; funding mechanism; fishery sector; cost efficiency; private company; vulnerable group; technical committee; youth employment; additional revenue; learning environment; non-governmental organization; stakeholder consultation; case investigation; efficient practices; school leaver; radio station; pedagogical support; skill acquisition; graduate employment; institutional framework; infrastructure needs; primarily use; faculty development; international standard; institutional performance; school closure; vocational course; prevention measures; aid control; government's strategy; livestock farming; legal protection; private institution; outcome indicator; analytical study; finding employment; behavior change; rural craft; capacity enhancement; project indicator; institutional environment; competitive selection; enterprise survey; skill gap; communication strategy; youth training; investment component; political commitment; curriculum content; professional group; effective partnerships; sensitization campaign; health facility; statistical yearbook; enabling environment; efficiency gain; supervision mechanism; apprenticeship system; draft bill; draft law; manufacturing sector; agriculture sector; civil society; job opportunities; job opportunity; unskilled female; enrollment capacity; female participation; Exchange Rates; mauritanan ouguiyas; female employer; donor collaboration; capacity constraint; grant allocation; learning material; project plan; financing method; employment rate; resource generation; employable skill; potential contribution; job prospects; train activity; youth population; institutional change; dual training; market gardening; auto mechanic; employment creation; secure employment; media outlet; national economy; global experience; career trajectory; high school; local economy; development partner; unemployment rate; government institution; draft legislation; student-teacher ratio; Gender Equality; television channel; economic diversification

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Mauritania - Skills Development Support Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/269291532099738140/Mauritania-Skills-Development-Support-Project