Afghanistan - Endorsement of Education Sector Plan

Endorsement of Education Sector Plan (year) in Afghanistan was reported at 2011 in 2011, according to the World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized sources.



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Year in which the Education Sector Plan or Transitional Education Plan was endorsed (a first or subsecuent times) by local donor partners, which grants membership into the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) and enable developing countries to apply for GPE funding. Education sector plans should contribute to the Education for All goals. When partners endorse a country’s education sector plan, they signal that the plan contributes to the attainment of those goals, and they commit to aligning their technical and financial support with the plan. This commitment promotes harmonization as well as consistency, coherence, and sustainability in education sector development.


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