Projet D’amelioration De La Prestation Des Services Educatifs (PAPSE)
Educational Services Improvement Project, known locally as Projet D’amelioration De La Prestation Des Services Educatifs (PAPSE) is development proeject that aims to strengthen access to preschool and improve learning outcomes in beneficiary primary schools in the participating communities.
The education-training sector in Côte d'Ivoire faces multifaceted difficulties, following the various crises that the country has experienced. Among these difficulties are the failure to achieve universal primary education as desired by the country, the low level of student achievement in basic subjects, the low primary school completion rate and the gender disparity in education. the completion rate.
Indeed, the quality of basic education is low with low honorable learning outcomes. The national assessment carried out in 2016 for CE1 indicates that 77% of students have a low or very low level in French, and 81% in mathematics.
In order to meet these challenges and in accordance with the Education Sector Plan, the Ivorian Government has set up the Project to Improve the Provision of Educational Services, abbreviated as PAPSE, or the “My child learns better at school” project.
The PAPSE has for administrative supervision, the Ministry of National Education, Technical Education and Vocational Training. It is funded from a donation of 23.35 million US dollars, or 13,136 billion FCFA, from the Global Partnership for Education (PME) to the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire. The World Bank, through the window of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), acts as administrator of this financing.
Put into effect on July 31, 2018 for a period of four (04) years, the Project ends on July 22, 2022.See more