Course Development & Delivery, Public Financial Management
Finance is a critical input to a country’s education system, yet partner country education systems are strained under the pressure of limited financial resources, demographic changes, and growing enrolments. The Africa Bureau has identified a significant knowledge gap with Africa mission education officers as well as with DC-based education staff whose role is to support mission education staff in the area of education programming. For this reason, the USAID Africa Bureau wants to tailor existing materials, and develop new training sessions and materials for USAID’s education mission and DC-based staff.
Under the Learning, Evaluation, and Analysis Project III (LEAP III), Integra and Limestone are leading the piloting of a suite of training courses, lectures and panel discussions on education finance, that can eventually be offered in the Africa region. These trainings align with USAID’s Financing Self-Reliance (FSR) Framework, and cover Public Financial Management (PFM), diagnostic tools, and topics in private finance including results-based financing, public-private partnerships (PPPs), and impact investing. This Activity is intended as the first step in the process of developing and delivering education finance trainings for USAID staff.
The first course “Funding the Future: Public Institutions & Education Finance” a 5-day public financial management course tailored to the education sector was offered from November 4 to 8, 2019 in Washington DC.
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