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Final Evaluation of the Transparency of the Mauritanian Education Budget (TOME) Project (英语)

This report is the final evaluation of the Transparency of the Mauritanian Education Budget (TOME) project conducted by the NGO Ecodev in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania between 2017 and 2021. At its core, the project consisted of implementing social accountability mechanisms in forty pilot schools through the establishment of committees including different local education stakeholders, including municipalities, parents, and teachers. While the report addresses project implementation issues and returns to the level of achievement of activities, it is not a study of project impact in the typical sense of the level of achievement of narrowly quantified objectives internal to the project, but rather an analysis of the dynamics developed through the project. Thus, the report seeks to understand the theory of change, of action, which has made this project a success, at least judging by the changes in approach in the education sector in Mauritania.

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    Lekweiry, Mohamedou Ould, Falisse, Jean-Benoît

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    Final Evaluation of the Transparency of the Mauritanian Education Budget (TOME) Project

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    united states agency for international development; United States Department of Agriculture; universal access to primary education; social accountability; freedom of the press; access to basic service; teaching and learning materials; school management committee; public sector reform effort; primary school age group; strategy for accelerated; data collection and analysis; average for sub-saharan africa; social accountability process; theory of change; public sector institution; Learning for All; social accountability mechanism; civil society group; knowledge and learning; basic education budget; service delivery system; quality of education; service delivery process; local education stakeholder; quality of learning; human capital accumulation; improving service delivery; local development priority; collective citizen action; public sector counterpart; new legal framework; civil society partnership; civil society network; primary school enrolment; governance and institutions; history of education; private educational institution; lack of resource; design of policy; education sector reform; Governance and Accountability; Access to Education; gross enrolment rate; exchange of knowledge; net enrolment rate; cycles of education; series of meetings; proportion of woman; primary school teacher; capacity of citizens; improved service delivery; low learning achievement; primary education budget; food for education; governance of school; social accountability initiative; basic social service; means of communication; civil society actor; Public Sector Governance; good quality education; school action plan; sustainable development policy; civil society organisation; service delivery chain; partnership framework; participatory monitoring; citizen feedback; target school; development partner; in school; school level; the administration; methodological approach; focus group; pilot school; budget transparency; budget monitoring; school stakeholders; national language; parent-teacher association; student learning; other development; interview guide; government commitment; unintended outcomes; new practice; evaluation question; last point; Education Policy; Gender Gap; long-term outcome; significant challenge; national system; information analysis; alternative education; national unity; gender parity; social cohesion; conceptual framework; project indicator; inclusive growth; educational situation; recent years; solving problem; local specificity; arab countries; education problem; social impact; teacher shortage; school authority; governance issue; external partner; confirmed case; governance reform; several weeks; citizen engagement; geographical area; vulnerable population; decentralized service; general assessment; project intervention; participatory management; legal personality; material resource; iterative approach; student retention; political level; collaborative process; new information; improved environment; concrete opportunities; global experience; peer learning; low involvement; citizen interface; educational improvement; committee information; stakeholder engagement; education official; Public Services; full liberalization; public policy; information gathering; public action; international ngos; school autonomy; state action; administrative culture; contextual factor; community engagement; personal interest; living condition; young people; french embassy; Waste Management; Natural Resources; comparative advantage; government's strategy; school headmaster; management capacity; bilingual education; transitional stage; transitional regime; school result; best practice; social responsibility; radio program; regional advocacy; information strategy; educational expenditure; budget allocation; linguistic community; Education Services; citizen monitoring; budget execution; educational outcome; local partner; nutrition program; school feeding; radical innovation; transparent manner; educational change; social return; secondary data