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Project Information Document - Bangladesh COVID 19 School Sector Response (GPE) - P174268 (English)

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  • Author

    Rahman,Tashmina

  • Document Date

    2020/08/14

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    PIDA29516

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Bangladesh,

  • Region

    South Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2020/08/14

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Project Information Document - Bangladesh COVID 19 School Sector Response (GPE) - P174268

  • Keywords

    united nations framework convention on climate change; Household Income and Expenditure Survey; Environmental and Social Risk Classification; Primary and Secondary Education; Teachers; secondary level; school closure; basic school system; effect of climate change; primary education development program; Land Acquisition and Resettlement; primary level; school child; plan for education; basic education sector; equitable access; technical expertise; learning resource; in school; mass education; learning activity; combination of technologies; net enrolment rate; demand for food; school feeding program; engine of growth; basic education system; access to internet; access to television; recent studies estimate; private education institution; urban labor market; Sustainable Economic Development; human capital formation; quality of teaching; distance learning program; segments of society; technical assistance service; grievance redress mechanism; secondary education development; national poverty rate; decline in poverty; Investment Project Financing; ethnic minority community; access to tv; hand washing facility; mental health issues; education for all; gender parity; global climate; risk index; emergency operation; student population; recent years; learning opportunity; building system; Natural Resources; distant learning; rural area; remittance inflow; early marriage; learning system; Financial Sector; downside scenario; project intervention; education systems; digital infrastructure; educated parent; resource constraint; child labor; prolonged absence; Cultural Heritage; ethnic community; children of ages; disadvantaged child; civil works; physical environment; critical habitat; professional development; learning inequality; school year; specialized agency; disadvantaged family; drop-out rate; health screening; digital divide; cluster survey; learning platform; teach learn; young child; child support; administrative datum; environmental concern; Digital Literacy; education progress; digital development; technological infrastructure; learning model; household access; labor influx; international waterway; professional training; distance mode; evaluation capability; social distance; environmental risk; education delivery; online platform; media campaign; lesson plan; electronic media; readiness assessment; high probability; contingent liabilities; contingent liability; private consumption; private investment; affected country; level of policy; monsoon season; tidal inundation; sea level; arable land; coastal area; rural-urban migration; water pollution; social standard; official estimates; extreme poverty; capacity constraint; policy requirement; external deficit; international reserve; learning level; awareness campaign; export orders; Education Financing; industrial sector; food distribution; global recession; preprimary education; examination board; secondary institution; public subsidy; primary enrollment; institutional context; education outcome; lost productivity; significant challenge; Education Quality; equity issue; Climate Risk; urban slum; unsustainable consumption

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Citation

Rahman,Tashmina

Project Information Document - Bangladesh COVID 19 School Sector Response (GPE) - P174268 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/696601597430658068/Project-Information-Document-Bangladesh-COVID-19-School-Sector-Response-GPE-P174268