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Concept Project Information Document (PID) - Basic Education Strengthening Project (BESP) - P175065 (English)

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  • Author

    Dulvy,Elizabeth Ninan

  • Document Date

    2020/11/25

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    PIDC30292

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Lesotho,

  • Region

    Africa East,

  • Disclosure Date

    2020/11/25

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Concept Project Information Document (PID) - Basic Education Strengthening Project (BESP) - P175065

  • Keywords

    Demographic and Health Survey; international institute for educational planning; Environmental and Social Risk Classification; construction and rehabilitation of schools; early childhood care and development; junior secondary level; teaching and learning materials; junior secondary school teacher; Resettlement Policy Framework; IS Building; access to distance learning; Risks and Mitigation Measures; availability of teacher training; education sector response; Primary and Secondary Education; performance management system; dropping out of school; Orphans and Vulnerable Children; access to the internet; participation in decision making; violence against child; teacher training program; retention of student; poor household; Early childhood education; junior secondary teacher; lack of interest; quality of teacher; education and health; cash transfer scheme; years of schooling; upper secondary education; junior secondary student; child in school; grievance redress mechanism; education in africa; delivery of service; gender based violence; loss of income; quality basic education; total government spending; basic education service; primary school teacher; Early Childhood Development; literacy and numeracy; radio and television; centers for child; refurbishment of school; operations and maintenance; procurement and disbursement; public primary school; basic education system; provision of water; provision water; Access to Electricity; access to material; student drop-out rates; primary education system; complete primary school; social assistance program; quality of teaching; social protection scheme; external technical assistance; reproductive health knowledge; use of resources; human development outcome; education for all; public sector modernization; high unemployment rate; infections in adolescence; sexual health education; capacity for implementation; risky sexual behavior; early sexual debut; disparities in access; primary school completion; human capital outcomes; effective teacher training; services for children; Teacher Professional Development; first sexual experience; high dropout rate; quality of learning; human capital development; Investment Project Financing; majority of children; use of technology; primary completion rate; transmission of hiv; student retention; children of ages; rural parts; rural area; poor community; school closure; primary level; Sexual Violence; Teachers; response plan; household consumption; sector analysis; wealth quintile; intake rate; adolescent girl; learning environment; adolescent boy; online training; life skill; project intervention; rural boys; Online Learning; enrollment rate; macroeconomic risk; classroom construction; weak accountability; target school; school grant; geographic region; school feeding; education spending; psychosocial support; spousal violence; equitable education; human rights; policy option; wage scale; sexual partner; fundamental freedom; Health Service; national strategic; supply-side interventions; women's empowerment; educated men; compulsory education; empowering women; household survey; reading skill; extreme poverty; teacher quality; competency standard; registry system; urban child; learning module; targeted intervention; cost-effective option; response activity; anecdotal evidence; education institution; vulnerable learner; several reasons; online platform; annual payment; Child protection; learning program; water use; learning assessment; available data; legal process; monitoring activity; start school; recent change; governance risk; prevalence rate; data system; consultancy service; incremental expenditure; institutional context; finance activity; socioeconomic development; economic slowdown; project accounting; satisfactory manner; tertiary level; management capacity; recent years; private individuals; Early Education; social commitment; Education Financing; adverse risks; teaching quality; construction activities; civil works; international waterway

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Dulvy,Elizabeth Ninan

Concept Project Information Document (PID) - Basic Education Strengthening Project (BESP) - P175065 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/479101606315144326/Concept-Project-Information-Document-PID-Basic-Education-Strengthening-Project-BESP-P175065