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Name: Mr. Ibrahim Suleiman El-Dassis
Educational Assessment Department
Address: P.O. Box 2324
Phone: (249-11) 779 888
Fax: (249-11)776030

"In the Name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful"
Republic of Sudan
Ministry of Education and General Education
General Division of Assessment and Examinations
Department of Educational Assessment
Report on Sudan
Education for All
The Year 2000 Assessment
National Coordinator: Ibrahim Suleiman El-Dassis: Director of Educational Assessment Department
Tel: 786786 / Fax:
Khartoum - October 1999
Technical Team that prepared this report
Main Group:
- M. Ibrahim Suleiman El-Dassis: National Coordinator (Director of Educational Assessment Department)
- Omar Al-Abid Ahmad: General Division of Educational Planning
- Mrs. Ibtisam Mohamed Hassan: General Division of Educational Planning
- M. Daf’allah Ahmad Hassan: Department of Educational Assessment
Technical Committee - annex no4
Committee of Consultants and Specialists - annex no5
Field Work Group - annex no6
Data Processing Committee - annex no7
Committee for Printing and Editing - annex no8
"Translated from Arabic into English: Mrs. Hana Nasser - 12.1999"


Part I  Descriptive Section
1. Background
2. Presentation
Efforts deployed in the field of Basic Education for All
1.1 Goals of Education for All
1.2 The strategy of Education for All and the plan of action
           The strategy of Education for All and the plan of action: cont.
1.3 Decision-making and administration
1.4 Cooperation in Education for All
1.5 Investing in education
Part II: Analytic Section
The Development of Basic Education in Sudan from 1990-1999
1.1 Pre-school (Early childhood)
2. Basic education level
2.1 Intake in grade 1
2.2 Enrollment in Basic Education

2.3 Spending on education

2.4 Teachers
2.5 Pupil-teachers ratio
2.6 Indicators of the efficiency of education
2.7 Survival rate to grade five
2.8 Learning achievement outcomes
3. Eliminating illiteracy on educating adults
4. Teacher for better living
8. The efficiency of Education for All strategy, work plan and programmes
9. The most important faced and obstacles
10. Public awareness, political will and national potencies
11. A general assessment of progress
Part III: Prospects

The Education for All Assessment Results