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Mozambique - Capacity Building : Human Resources Development Project (Inglês)

The project's main objectives are to build and maintain capacity in key public institutions and skill areas by expanding the supply of well-trained senior planners, policy analysts, managers, and technicians, and improving incentives and working conditions for senior civil servants. The project consists of the following components: (a) university stabilization - systems development and training in university administration, financial management, and maintenance; provision of textbooks, computers, and library materials; construction and upgrading of staff housing, libraries, student dormitories, and other campus facilities; and staff development scholarships; and (b) quality improvements in upper secondary education - development of a new teacher training program; support to curriculum and examination reform; provision of textbooks and learning materials; training for school managers and administrative staff; rehabilitation of pre-university schools and construction of dormitories and staff housing in the provinces; and special measures to increase female enrollment.


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    Mozambique - Capacity Building : Human Resources Development Project

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