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Emergency Trust Fund for Africa

IMPACT South Sudan

In the context of South Sudan, maintaining equitable access to quality primary education is especially important in reducing ethnic tension and discrimination, and ultimately in building the foundations for inclusive growth and development. Through the provision of incentives to primary school teachers (nationwide) it is expected to increase their attendance and thus improve the delivery of services at school level, ultimately giving children an opportunity to realize their potential.

Main objectives

The Specific Objectives are: (1) increase teachers' attendance, and (2) the establishment of a teacher human resource information system.


Euroconsult Mott MacDonald

EUR 31 715 258

IMPACT South Sudan - Supporting equitable access to and completion of quality primary education


EUR 95 742

IMPACT South Sudan - Mid-term Evaluation

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2 ΜΑΡΤΊΟΥ 2023
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Region and Country
Horn of Africa
Strengthening resilience of communities
Euroconsult Mott MacDonald

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