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Presentations at the Fifth meeting of the Working Group on EFA
(20 to 21 July 2004)

 

Education Data and Statistics for Monitoring Progress: What are the frequently raised issues and possible solutions? : Panel presentation led by the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (Denise Lievesley), with Wim Hoppers (Former Chair of the ADEA Working Group on Education Statistics), China (Han Jin), Aide et Action (Thierno Diaouné) Moderator: Monitoring Report Team (Chris Colclough.


  • Title: EFA and Statistics
    Author: Denise Lievesley, Director, UNESCO Institute for Statistics

  • Title: Presentation on the ADEA Working Group on Education Statistics
    Author:
    Wim Hoppers, Former Chair of the ADEA Working Group on Education Statistics

  • Title: La participation comme principe de base (French)
    Author: Thierno Diaouné, Aide et Action



    External funding for EFA: Is FTI living up to its potential? : Update on recent developments on Fast-Track Initiative (FTI). Panel presentation led by the World Bank (Rosemary Bellew), with Honduras (H.E. Carlos Avila Molina), Canada (Scott Walter), Global Campaign for Education (Anne Jellema) Moderator: France (Laurent Fontaine)


  • Title: Education for All: The Fast-Track Initiative (FTI)
    Author: Rosemary Bellew, World Bank

  • Title: Is FTI Living Up to its Potential?
    Author: Walter Scott, Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)



    Civil society engagement in EFA after Dakar: What has been the value added? : Panel presentation led by the Collective Consultation of NGOs (Gorgui Sow), with UNESCO (Susanne Schnuttgen), DFID (Desmond Bermingham) and the United Republic of Tanzania (Salum Mnjagila). Moderator: UNESCO (Abhimanyu Singh)


  • Title: Civil Society Engagement in EFA in the post-Dakar Period
    Author:Gorgui Sow, African Network Campaign on Education for All (ANCEFA)

  • Title: Civil society engagement in EFA: What has been the added value?
    Author: Salum Mnjagila, EFA Coordinator, Tanzania



    Presentation of the Interim Report on Achieving the Millennium Development Goal of Universal Primary Education :
    Amina Ibrahim, EFA Coordinator, Nigeria



    Partnership with the private sector on EFA: Forging new alliances : Panel presentation led by the International Institute for Educational Planning (Serge Peano), with Committee for Economic Development, Washington D.C. (Charles Kolb), Pratham, India (Madhav Chavan) and Liberty Limited Group, South Africa (Hylton Appelbaum). Moderator: UNESCO (Phillip Muller-Wirth)


  • Title: Partnerships with the private sector on EFA
    Author: Serge Peano, UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning

  • Title: Perspectives and perceptions of the private sector as a stakeholder in education

    Author: Hylton Appelbaum, The Liberty Group, South Africa


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    ***Outcome of the Round-Table on Education in Emergencies, Crisis and Reconstruction held during the EFA Working Group meeting UNESCO, Paris, 20-21 July 2004