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Abstract: The Educational Institutions Rehabilitation Project concerns primarily the intermediate, secondary and higher education institutions in the town of N’djamena. It was financed with an ADF loan of UA 10.78 million (Loan n°F/TCH/EDU89/19) which was approved in September 1988 and signed in May 1989. The loan covered the entire foreign exchange cost and 38% of the local currency cost.
Abstract: This Project Performance Evaluation Report (PPER) concerns the Education System Restructuring and Expansion Programme for which the Bank granted an ADF loan of UA 10.22 million on 19 October 1989.
Abstract: This Project Performance Audit Report (RPM) examines the Junior Secondary Education Project in Zambia An ADF loan of UA 8.289Jmillion (Loan Number CS/Z/ED/82/6) was approved on 27 August 1982 and signed oft 29 December 1982 The loan was to finance 100% of the foreign exchange cost and 61%of the local cost, or 85% of the total cost of the project The Government of the Republic of Zambia (GRZ) was to contribute a total of UA 1.412 million. The executing agency was the Zambia Education project implementation Unit (ZEPIU) in the Ministry of Education.
Abstract: This Project Performance Audit Report (PPAR) examines the Secondary Teacher Training Project. An ADF loan of UA 1289 million (Loan Number CSIKJEDI82/3) was approved on 27 August 1982 and signed on 11 May: 1983. The loan was to finance the entire foreign exchange cost and 55.8 percent of the local cost of the project. GOK contributed a total of UA 4.928 million. The executing agency was Project Implementation Unit, attached to the MOE.
Abstract: This project performance audit report (Intermediate PPAR) concerns the Project for the Training of Basic Education Teachers for which ADF awarded the Malian Government loan no.: CS/MAL/ED/84/16 for an amount of six million five hundred and twenty thousand units of account (UA 6,520,000)
Abstract: The present Project Performance Audit Report (PPAR) comprises abridged project performance audit memorandum (MAPP) prepared by the Operations Evaluation Office (OPEV) and the Project Completion Report prepared by the Department of Agriculture and Development, North Region (NARD). It concerns the. Project to Strengthen the Timbuktu Health Facilities, for which an ADF loan of UA 8.477 million (Loan No. CS/MAL/H/82/12) was approved on 28th August 1982 for the Government of the Republic of Mali. The ADF contribution was to represent 90% of the project’s total cost, estimated then at UA 9.321 million, the balance chargeable to the Malian Government.
Abstract: Le présent rapport d’audit de performance du projet (RAPP) concerne le projet de renforcement de l’enseignement scientifique et technique pour lequel la BAD a accordé au gouvernement tunisien le prêt N" CS/TUN/ED/84/022 d’un montant de vingt huit millions trois cent mille unités de compte (28, 300 millions d’UC).
Abstract: The present abridged project performance audit report (PPAR) is an evaluation of the primary education improvement and educational planning project in the. Gambia. The education project was identified in 1982 by a joint UNESCO/GAMBIA mission within the scope of the Gambian Governments. 1981-1986 economic and Social Development Plan an ADF/UNESCO mission prepared the terms of reference of the feasibility study which was financed by the African Development Fund (ADF) to the tune of UA 0 63 million in 1983. In 1986 the ADF appraised the project and approved a loan of UA4.14 million for its financing. The total project cost amounted to UA 4.56 million. The loan agreement entered into force in 1987. The project was completed in August 1993.
Morocco: Education Reform Programme (6.8 MB)
Abstract: The Programme for reform of Morocco’s educational system was appraised in May 1986. With a total cost of UA 2,227 million, it was partly financed on ADB loan CS/M/EY/86/02 for an amount of UA 60.0 million, which was approved in November 1986. The programme was cofinanced with the World Bank (UA 132 million) and the Government of Morocco (UA 2,082 million). The implementation was scheduled over 3.5 years.
Abstract: The ‘Complexes Polytechniques project in Benin was appraised in February 1979 and a loan for its financing was approved on 26 April 1979. Its aim is to increase access to vocational training for all Beninese. Specifically, it involves the expansion, restructuring, and reorganization of the country’s technical and vocational training system. At appraisal, the project’s specific objectives were to pursue the 1975 Education Reform, known as "Ecole Nouvelle,"
Abstract: This project performance audit report (PPAR) concerns the Niamey based School of Mines and Geology for which an ADF loan N° CS/N/ED/85/9) of UA 11.30 million was approved In February 1985 for the benefit of the 3enin, Burkina Faso Government of Niger representing the CEAO member States (Côte d’Ivoire, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Senegal).
Somalia: Text Books Printing Project (2.2 MB)
Abstract: The Bank Group began lending for Education in the year1967 and loan approvals up till the, end of 1982 totaled FUA 186 million for 27 projects in the education sector, o these, the African Development fund (ADF) financed a total 22 projects which amounted to about FUA 145 million around 9 percent of all ADF approved loans.
Abstract: The subject of this report relates to the Training of Health Personnel Project in Botswana, which was financed by the African Development Fund for a loan of FUA 4.5 million approved in October 1975. This represented the first ADF loan to Botswana and its first intervention in the health sector since its inception.
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