World Bank allocates $200 million to boost basic education in Rwanda

The Government of Rwanda and the World Bank have signed a $200 million financing agreement to improve teacher competency and student retention and learning in basic education (pre-primary through secondary school) in Rwanda. Through the Ministry of Education (MINEDUC), this financing will enhance teacher effectiveness by improving teachers’ English proficiency and digital literacy skills, supporting…

Source: World Bank allocates $200 million to boost basic education in Rwanda – RegionWeek

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