The Secondary Education Support Programme (SESP) came into effect in 2003 as a joint programme implemented under the aegis of the Government of Nepal with support from the Asian Development Bank and Denmark.
The SESP intermediate objectives was to i) improve the quality and relevance of public secondary schooling; ii) improve access to public secondary schooling with a particular emphasis on girls and students from poor and disadvantaged groups and districts; and iii) develop the institutional capacity and management of central and district educational institutions and public secondary schools based on a system of decentralized planning and management.
It was decided to conduct this joint evaluation of the SESP in 2009 prior to its being integrated into the framework of the School Sector Reform (SSR). The evaluation was carried out by a team of consultants from COWI Consult (Denmark) and local consultants and sector experts from Nepal. The overall objective of the evaluation is to contribute to the design of effective secondary education reform measures and intervention strategies.
This page forms part of the publication 'Joint Evaluation of the Secondary Education Support Programme' as the Frontpage
Version 1.0. 17-05-2010
Publication may be found at the address http://www.netpublikationer.dk/um/10395/index.htm