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The EFA 2000 Assessment > How was it done ? > Timeline
 What is it?
    Information note on
country reports
General guidelines
 Why is it important?
 Who organized it?
Regional EFA teams
National coordinators
 How was it done?
 To know more
  Flash 01/09/1998
Flash 02/09/1998
Flash 04/09/1999
  Timeline for the EFA 2000 Assessment
    July 1998: Invitation letter, together with the General Guidelines, sent to all national governments and all country and regional offices of UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF, UNESCO and the World Bank.
    August 1998: Setting up of national assessment groups with a national assessment co-ordinator to organise the EFA 2000 Assessment at country level.
    September-November 1998: Phase One of assessment work, commissioning studies, surveys and data collection, and undertaking preliminary analyses.
    December 1998: National EFA assessment groups prepare a preliminary draft report of their national EFA assessment report, based on existing data, for discussion in country and at sub-regional workshops
    January-March 1999: National co-ordinators meet at sub-regional workshops to examine preliminary draft reports and discuss problems. National data collection and analysis continues.
  April-August 1999: Phase Two of the assessment work, integrating new data and information resulting from Phase One activities.
  September 1999: National EFA assessment reports to be submitted to the EFA Forum.
  December 1999 - February 2000: The EFA Forum convenes regional conferences to examine issues papers based on the national assessment reports.
    26-28 April 2000: World Education Forum in Dakar, Senegal

To know more: Information note on the EFA 2000 Assessment

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