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Joint Assessment Mission Northern Sudan : Education Sector

ABSENTEEISM ACADEMIC STANDARDS ACHIEVEMENT ADDITION ADULT EDUCATION ADULT LITERACY ARTS BASIC EDUCATION CLASSROOM SETTING CLASSROOM SIZE CLASSROOMS CORE CURRICULA CURRICULA CURRICULUM CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT DISADVANTAGED GROUPS DISTANCE EDUCATION DISTANCE LEARNING EDUCATION INDICATORS EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS EDUCATION POLICIES EDUCATION PROGRAMS EDUCATION SECTOR EDUCATION SERVICES EDUCATION SYSTEMS EDUCATIONAL PLANNING EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH EDUCATORS ENROLLMENT ENROLLMENT RATE ENROLLMENT TARGETS ENROLMENT RATE EXPERIENCED TEACHERS FEMALE TEACHERS FORMAL EDUCATION GEOGRAPHY GER GIRLS GROSS ENROLMENT RATIO HIV/AIDS EDUCATION HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INSTRUCTION LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION LEADERSHIP LEARNING ACQUISITION LEARNING MATERIALS LEARNING PROCESSES LECTURES LIFE SKILLS LITERACY MATHEMATICS MINISTRIES OF EDUCATION MOBILITY NUMERACY OPEN LEARNING OPEN UNIVERSITY OUT-OF-SCHOOL CHILDREN PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATIONS POPULATION GROWTH PRESCHOOL EDUCATION PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY EDUCATION TEACHERS PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS PRIMARY SCHOOLS PRINTING PRIVATE EDUCATION PUBLIC SCHOOLS PUPIL TEACHER RATIO PUPILS QUALITY OF EDUCATION REPETITION REPETITION RATES RURAL AREAS SAHEL SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION SCHOOL SUPPLIES SCHOOLING SCHOOLS SECONDARY SECONDARY EDUCATION STUDENT PERFORMANCE STUDENT TEACHERS STUDENTS SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA TEACHER TEACHER BEHAVIOR TEACHER EDUCATION TEACHER SALARIES TEACHER TRAINERS TEACHER TRAINING TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGES TEACHER TRAINING INSTITUTES TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAMS TEACHERS TEACHERS SALARIES TEACHERS SALARIES TEACHING TEACHING STAFF TECHNICAL EDUCATION TERTIARY EDUCATION TEXTBOOKS TRAINING CENTERS TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES TUTORS UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION UNIVERSITIES VOCATIONAL EDUCATION VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS VOCATIONAL TRAINING YOUTH
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Washington, DC
Africa | Sudan
2013-07-08T17:00:35Z | 2013-07-08T17:00:35Z | 2004-06-22

The objective of this report is to identify the main accomplishments and key barriers to educating all children in North Sudan by 2015 as per the Millennium Development Goals (MDG). This document assesses the current status of the formal education system in North Sudan and outlines priority actions, rehabilitation and transitional recovery needs as well as financing requirements for the period 2005 to 2010, which corresponds to the interim period of the Peace Agreement. (Unless otherwise specified, this report covers, and the word "Sudan" designates, all States in Sudan at the exclusion of Upper Nile, Equatoria and Bar el Ghazal states.) The report is based on information and documents collected during several country visits in 2004. It draws upon estimations of education indicators and performance trends in the education system reported in official statistics and studies conducted by various donor agencies. Economic data rely heavily on World Bank and IMF sources. Finally, this report focuses on basic education and training, which was considered to be the priority during the interim period. However, it also covers technical and vocational education, although in less detail than basic education.

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