CapEFA Participant Countries

The CapEFA Programme operates in a limited number of ‘priority countries’. Following a set of formal criteria, it provides support to least developed countries furthest from achieving the EFA goals according to the latest available data or that are recovering from conflict or natural disasters. There are currently 28 country projects, most of which are located in Sub-Saharan Africa. The thematic focus of each country is listed in parenthesis:

Afghanistan
(TVET)

Bangladesh
(Literacy)

Benin
(TVET)

Burkina Faso
(Teachers)

Burundi
(Teachers)

Cambodia
(Literacy)

Chad
(Literacy)

DR Congo
(SWPP*)

Ethiopia
(SWPP*)

Guinea
(Teachers)

Haiti
(SWPP*)

Lao PDR
(Teachers)

Lesotho
(Teachers)

Liberia
(TVET)

Madagascar
(TVET)

Malawi
(TVET)

Mali
(Teachers)

Mauritania
(Literacy)

Mozambique
(Literacy)

Myanmar
(SWPP*)

Nepal
(Literacy)

Niger
(Teachers)

Senegal
(Literacy)

South Sudan
(Literacy)

Timor-Leste
(Literacy)

Togo
(Literacy)

Uganda
(Teachers)

Yemen
(Literacy)

*SWPP = Sector-wide Policies and Planning

  • Arab States Region
    In addition, the Programme runs a sub-regional project currently with projects in Jordan, Morocco and United Arab Emirates
  • Other countries that have paticipated in the past are Angola | Côte d'Ivoire | Pakistan | Papua New Guinea | Rwanda | Sierra Leone| Tanzania | Sub-regional Pacific (Kiribati, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu, Vanuatu) | ... (to be completed)
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