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Welcome to the Pôle de Dakar

IIEP's Pôle de Dakar is recruiting:

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Project Manager (P4), Platform of expertise in vocational training (P-FOP)recrutement

UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) – Pôle de Dakar

Closing for application: 31st August 2014-the application files should include a CV and a motivation letter


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SAMES Training, call for application (deadline: August 31, 2014)

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The application process for the participation of African English-speaking countries for the third session in Sectoral Analysis and Management of the Education System (SAMES) is now open.


Co-organized by the Pôle de Dakar (IIEP-UNESCO), the University Cheikh Anta Diop and the University of the Gambia (UTG), the training programme aims to share the analysis methods developed by the Pôle de Dakar with African officials responsible for the management, financing and evaluation of education systems.

Launched in September 2007, this programme has so far welcomed over 270 people from 20 Sub-Saharan African countries.

The training program, organized over a period of 15 months (October 2014 to December 2015), is mainly provided through distance learning classes, and is tailored for individuals who are actively employed.

For further information on the training programme and the admissions procedure, please see the Call for Country Applications.

Application deadline: August 31, 2014.

Household Education Spending - Methological Guidelines

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Given the lack of statistics on expenses incurred by households on their children’s education, review of education financing is often limited to that of public expenditure, making it difficult to have objective discussions on private education financing.

The Pôle de Dakar, as part of its statistical and analytical production activities, has developed a method for assessing household education spending, per child and per level of education, based on household surveys. This method proves particulary useful when education expenditure for households is not disaggregated for each enrolled child. Thus, the main goal of this note is to document this methodological and technical approach.


Pôle Mag - December 2013

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polemag eng PôleMag n°21

 - Burkina Faso and Cape Verde participate largely in PSGSE
 - The trial of a diagnostic tool “Education-Training-Employment” in Burkina Faso - Togo is the first African country to carry  out supplementary analyses of its education system
 - Measuring educational financing
 - Three questions for Khalil Mahshi Director IIEP
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