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Botswana - Fourth Education Project (Inglês)

The project would support the Government's educational reform program and its primary goals of improving access to primary and secondary education and making the system more responsive to the needs of Botswana's economy. The project would provide 500 primary school classrooms and 31 new, replacement or upgraded junior secondary schools, especially in rural areas where school facilities are often inadequate and overcrowded, besides textbooks and library books. Through the financing of two new vocational training centers and an industrial trade testing center, the project would provide timely support for the establishment of a national program of apprenticeship training and trades testing with which most of the major agencies and private enterprises will progressively be involved.


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    Botswana - Fourth Education Project

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