Improving Teachers’ Skill Sets Project

Sub-Saharan Africa - Ivory Coast

2015-2015 | World Bank | CAD 180 000

The “Improving Teachers’ Skill Sets to Meet Ministry Requirements” project was a five-month initiative undertaken with the financial support of the World Bank (WB). The initiative improved teaching and learning conditions in the Ivory Coast. Following a report on the state of the national education system, the Government of the Ivory Coast instituted a medium-term action plan for the period 2012-2014. By auditing educational resources and teacher training centers (CAFOPs) to identify the principal shortcomings in the initial training program, the Ministry was able to set requirements and standards for organization and teaching. Cowater’s role improved teachers’ skill sets to meet requirements and standards after training. The project was carried out in cooperation with a national team designated by MENET.

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