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Secondary Education Development Program 
The Secondary Education Development Program (SEDP) Project support reforms by the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania. The SEDP aims to: (1) increase the proportion of the relevant age group completing secondary education, (2) improve learning outcomes of students, especially among girls, and (3) enable the public administration to manage secondary education more effectively. In order to expand enrollments with equity. The SEDP includes measures to: (a) make more efficient use of resources, (b) provide development grants to schools and communities mainly in underserved areas, (c) expand teacher supply, (d) lower household costs for secondary education and expand the scholarship program for students from poor families, and (e) enhance the partnership with the non-government sector. The program for quality improvement includes: (a) curricula and examinations reforms, (b) provision of textbooks and teaching materials through capitation grants to schools, and (c) quality improvements in pre-service teacher training together with establishment of a system for professional in-service teacher development. The SEDP also includes institutional reforms and capacity building at central, region, district, and school levels for more efficient operation of the secondary education system. Three tranches of US$50 million each will be disbursed after the agreed actions for tranche release are successfully completed.** 
  Last Updated  November 28 2014
Basic Information
Project StatusClosed 
Region Africa 
Major Sector (Sector) (%) Education (Secondary education) (80%) 
  Education (Tertiary education) (10%) 
  Public Administration, Law, and Justice (Central government administration) (5%) 
  Public Administration, Law, and Justice (Sub-national government administration) (5%) 
Old Major SectorN/A  
Old SectorN/A  
Env CategoryC  
Project IDP083080 
Bank Team Lead (Last Name, First)Joshi, Arun R.  
Approval Date08-JUN-2004  
Closing Date31-DEC-2007  

Main Loan/Credit #39150  
IBRD Commitment *
IDA Commitment *150 
IBRD + IDA Commitment *150 
Grant Amount *
Total Project Cost *250 
Product LineIBRD/IDA 
Lending InstrumentSector Adjustment Loan 

Development Outcomes And Goals
Targeted Thematic Outcomes...Supporting this Broader Dev't Goal
Education for allAchieve universal primary education (MDG); Education (CAP)
GenderPromote gender equality & empower women (MDG); Empowerment, security & social inclusion (CAP)
Social risk mitigationEmpowerment, security & social inclusion (CAP)
Rural services and infrastructureN/A (CAP)
DecentralizationPublic sector governance (CAP)
Available Project Documents***
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Project Performance Assessment Report (PPAR), Vol.1 -28-JUN-2010 
Implementation Completion and Results Report (ICR), Vol.1 -19-JUN-2008 
Tranche Release Document (TRD), Vol.1 -12-APR-2006 
Credit Agreement (), Vol. -05-JUL-2004 
Credit Agreement (CA), Vol. -05-JUL-2004 
Program Document (PGD), Vol.1 -14-MAY-2004 
Resettlement Plan (RPL), Vol.1 -13-MAY-2004 
Environmental Assessment (EA), Vol.1 -08-MAY-2004 
Program Information Document (PGID), Vol.1 -18-AUG-2003 

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