iciHaiti – Education: Experts from Cambridge Education on a mission support in Haiti
Following the commitments made at the Washington Workshop last January https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-26700-haiti-washington-consensus-on-the-disbursement-of-165-million-of-support-to- Two foreign experts from Cambridge Education, funded by UNICEF, Marion Ginolin, and Serge Péano have visited Haiti from 1 to 5 April to contribute to education and training.
A first working meeting was held Monday with representatives of the Global Partnership for Education, the European Union and UNICEF and the Director of Cabinet of Ministers Cadet, Jackson Pleteau. This meeting focused on the sectoral analysis of the PDEF. The need to deepen this point, considered incomplete in the document, was at the center of the exchanges. The two Cambridge Education experts shared their views on this document and the working strategy adopted on their mission.
A large working meeting was held Wednesday between experts from Cambridge and officials of technical departments of the Ministry of Education PDEF's analysis of the sectoral analysis of PDEF.
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On Friday, the two experts completed the first phase of their consultations on the topic of the sector analysis and presented an initial assessment of their discussions at a meeting attended by Dr. Delima Pierre, Director General of The National Office for Partnership in Education (ONAPE), Delima Chery, the Inspector General, members of the Ministry of Education Cadet, representatives of UNICEF, the European Union and the Office of Communication of the Ministry.
The two Cambridge Education experts are expected to return to Port-au-Prince to complete the second phase of their consultations.
It should be noted that following roadmap adopted in Washington, the sector analysis review
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