EDUCATION: All Projects

Kyrgyz Republic03/2023 – 03/2026Review of the Education Sector Reform Performance Contract in the Kyrgyz Republic. The overall objective is to provide a detailed review of the implementation of the Education SRPC and to enable the EU to use the outcomes of the reviews for decisions on instalment disbursement and programme execution.European Commission
€ 198,143
India2022 - 2023Consultancy Services for capacity development on contract management system for officials in Government of Rajasthan. Development of courseware for a foundation training course on Contract Management and conducting training of 300 Master Trainers.World Bank
USD 906,012
Djibouti2022 - 2023Independent Verification Agency (IVA). Linpico has been recruited as the IVA of the Strengthening Opportunities for Apprenticeships Project (PRODA) to undertake regular assessments of whether results have been achived in accordance with the project performance indicators linked to project disbursements. World Bank
USD 111,048
Namibia2021 - 2022Final evaluation of the 11th EDF Education Sector Reform Contract (ESRC). Evaluation of the results achieved and identification of lessons learned from the EU’s € 27.6 million budget support provided between 2016 and 2022.European Commission
€ 100,000
Djibouti2021 - 2022Srengthening Pre-school Education. Support for updating the pre-school curriculum, updating teacher profiles, defining the norms and standards to be put in place by schools and defining the support measures for pre-school teachers.World Bank
€ 72,967
West Africa (ECOWAS)2021Feasibility Study on the ECOWAS Education Agency. To analyse the feasibility of setting up an Education Agency that will facilitate the harmonization of the education systems of ECOWAS Member States. Define the technical and operational feasibility of the EA. Define the administrative, organizational and financial feasibility. Propose a roadmap for setting up the Agency over a five-year period.ECOWAS Commission
USD 116,530
Afghanistan2013Improving the Efficiency and Effectiveness of the HR Management System of the Education Quality Improvement Programme (EQUIP). Review existing HR practices and policies. Provide recommendations for improvement. Support implementation of HR policy and develop a system of checks and balances to ensure increased accountability and transparency of the HR system.World Bank
USD 449,796
Namibia2012 - 2013Textbook Utilization Training. To develop a framework for institutalization of textbook utilization training and its delivery into pre-service and in-service educator development, including effective implementation down to school level.Millenium Challenge
USD 234,000
DR Congo2012Final Evaluation of the Support to Textbook distribution for 3rd and 4th year Primary schools in Mathematics and French Language subjects project; and the Training of teachers and school directors in the utilization of the 3rd and 4th Primary school Mathematics and French Language textbooks project.Belgian Technical Cooperation € 47,700Education
Mauritius2011Support for the Regional Management Centre of Excellence – Start Up services. Development of operational tools and assistance with forming partnerships with regional organizations in Eastern and Southern Africa and the Indian Ocean.African Development Bank € 133,000Education
Solomon Islands2007 - 2009Technical Assistance to the Education Sector Investment and Reform Programme (ESIRP), a € 29 million comprehensive Sector Wide Approach. Provision of Long and Short-Term TA for overall project managementEuropean Commission
€ 1,330,000
Solomon Islands2005 – 2009Curriculum Development and Support for Higher Education, part of a comprehensive Sector Wide Approach, which prioritises basic education and curriculum reform and puts greater emphasis on technical / vocational subjects. The objectives of the TA Contract are to increase the capacity of the Solomon Islands College of Higher Education and to reform the curriculum in use in primary and secondary educational institutions. Four advisers are provided under the TA contract. European Commission
€ 1,890,000
Mongolia2008Feasibility study for an Education Sector Support Programme. Design of a USD 15 million education programme aimed at enhancing access and quality of basic education. Components include (i) developing a strategy for improving urban school crowding and rural schooling; (ii) developing in a participatory manner a sustainable strategy for integrating information and communications technology (ICT) into basic education; and (iii) assessing the feasibility of a textbook rental scheme.Asian Development Bank
USD 560,000
Papua New Guinea2004 – 2008Improvement of Rural primary Education Facilities. Management and Implementation of the Improvement of Rural Primary Education Facilities (IRPEF) project. IPREF is aimed at improving both the quality of education and the extent of student participation in remote primary schools. It provides infrastructure support to a number of remote schools and also seeks to understand and solve some of the underlying issues regarding the provision of rural education so that the lessons learnt can be replicated nationally. Training is also provided nationwide for those involved in rural primary education.European Commission
€ 729,529
Eastern and Central Asia2006 – 2007Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in Basic Education Prepartory Study (RETA) in order to enhance capacity of the participating countries to plan, develop policy and effectively implement projects and programs for ICT investmentAsian Development Bank
USD 540,000