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Annexe 1: Overview of the Ten-year Basic Education Development Plan (PDDEB)


The Ten-year Basic Education Development Plan (PDDEB) aims to lay the foundations for EFA by the year 2015. To this end, the plan sets out four main objectives and a number of targets.
The PDDEB is a sectoral policy to develop the basic education system over a ten-year period (2001-2010). It follows a programmatic approach with an emphasis on results. This approach is based on the following criteria/aims:

  • The accountability of beneficiary countries in achieving the objectives;

  • The effective participation of the target population in the implementation of the envisaged development actions (planning – implementation – follow-up/evaluation);

  • Progressively strengthening local capabilities with a view to effectively transferring responsibilities;

  • The development of leadership skills at all levels.

The PDDEB was drawn up on the basis of a participatory approach over a prolonged period of time. The Ministry for Basic Education and Literacy (MEBA) relied on contributions from several consultants and experts both locally and at international level.
The Ten-year Basic Education Development Plan (PDDEB) is consistent with several strategic guidelines. Its implementation will take place in 3 three-year phases. Special attention will be given to the education of girls, given that EFA necessarily implies providing quality education for women and girls, who account for more than 52% of the Burkinese population.
1. The main objectives of the Ten-year Basic Education Development Plan are as follows:

      • Speed up the quantitative development of the provision of basic education and reduce any existing inequalities;

      • Improve the quality, relevance and efficiency of basic education and strengthen coherence and integration between the various levels and schemes within basic education;

      • Promote literacy and new, alternative approaches to education;

      • Develop and consolidate the leadership, management and evaluation skills of the central and local structures responsible for education and achieve a better coordination of foreign aid.

2. The expected results

      • Increase the school enrolment rate to 70% by the year 2010, targeting, in particular, girls and children in the most disadvantaged rural areas;

      • Increase the literacy rate to 40% by the year 2010;

      • Improve the quality, relevance and efficiency of basic education and informal basic education.


3. PDDEB strategic guidelines

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