• Consultations between MoE and the GPE
    Consultations between MoE and the GPE

    Consultations between MoE and the GPE initiative over Stage IV of the Programme began in mid-2012. At the time, the World Bank (WB), being the Supervising Entity (SE) of the past three stages, organized a first meeting with MoE in Amman in September 2012.

  • The National Basic Education
    The National Basic Education

    The National Basic Education Development Strategy 2003-2015 (NBEDS) aims to increase enrolment in basic education, particularly for girls and in rural areas, to reach 95 per cent of 6–14 year-olds in Yemen by 2015. The strategy received strong and coordinated support from the donor community, including three phases of the EFA – FTI funding. The GoY has also made significant progress in strengthening the policy environment since the articulation of the NBEDS in 2003

  • The National General Secondary Education
    The National General Secondary Education

    The National General Secondary Education Strategy 2007-2015 (NGSES) aims to provide equitable and cost-effective quality secondary education for transition to tertiary education and the labour market. To implement policy reforms planned under the NGSES, MoE has entered into formal agreements with the governorates and relevant ministries to ensure their commitment to comply with policy reforms related to recruitment, deployment and monitoring of teachers

Improve the quality of education
Promoting pre-school education
Strengthen school-based development
Develop performance of teachers, school administration staff, and inspectors
Develop curricula according to learning standards 

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  • Basic
  • Secondary
  • High
Improve performance by teachers, school management and inspectors
Increase the transparency of resource allocation (for all stakeholders)
Increase operational alignment of external aid and therefore improved coordination and greater efficiency of aid
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  • Research center
  • Curriculum sector 

Training on school development has been conducted for development teams at the school level. The training involved 1,634 participants (154 of them were females) from 49 districts. School development teams have been trained on planning, implementing and managing operating budgets and financial records, monitoring, evaluating, clearing, submitting financial reports and school development. The training has been conducted in 82 training centers and lasted for six days. 

This activity is one of the major activities under the school-based development intervention. The allocated budget for implementing this activity was insufficient. After several discussions between Education Sector, GPEU and UNICEF the additional amount required for conducting the training has been covered using the budget allocated for training on the electronic follow-up program and school by-law.

The draft guidance manual for extra-curricular activities has been developed. The manual is yet to be enriched and approved. After that, it will be printed and delivered to the specialists in the developed schools targeted by the program.

On the other hand, a two-day workshop has been conducted to judge the training manual for women life skills. The workshop has been implemented in coordination between the Educational Research and Development Center and the Girls Education Sector at MoE. This manual will be used to train women supervisors in the developed schools who will in turn train the female students on these skills.