Finance & Administrative Officer-P1/P2
UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) – Pôle de Dakar
Deadline (midnight, Dakar time): 3rd January 2014
Welcome to the Pôle de Dakar
IIEP's Pôle de Dakar is recruiting:
The Pôle de Dakar joins International Institute for Educational Planning
An agreement sealing the integration of Pole de Dakar within IIEP was signed on Wednesday, 9 October 2013, at UNESCO Headquarters, by Mr Khalil Mahshi, Director of IIEP, and Yves Boudot, Director of the Department for Sub-Saharan Africa at the French Agency for Development (AFD), in the presence of Mr Qian Tang, Assistant Director-General for Education of UNESCO, and Pascale Trimbach, Chargée d’Affaires at the Permanent Delegation of France to UNESCO.
After being attached to the Africa Regional Office of UNESCO in Dakar (BREDA) in 2001, the Pôle de Dakar is now institutionally and administratively attached to IIEP. The Pôle and its 12 staff members will remain in Dakar, Senegal, and will be funded by AFD up to US$6.4 million over the period 2014-2017.
Pôle Mag - June 2013
PôleMag, the Pôle de Dakar's biannual magazine is available.
Find out in this issue:
- Our new range of services
- A new indicators database
- Training in Sector Policy and Education System Management (PSGSE) is becoming useful for Senegal's Ministry of Education
- Cape Verde moves toward universal coverage of pre-school education by 2016
- Joint interview
Sao Tome and Principe : Country Status Report
Sao Tome and Principe’s educational system displays undeniable successes. The completion of a six-year basic education is universal since the 2010-2011 school year and the country continues its budgetary efforts to improve education at higher levels. However, the system still has weaknesses. It is particularly marked by significant social and geographical disparities and an unequal distribution of educational resources.
This report, prepared at the request of the government, is the result of a collaboration between a national team, the Pôle de Dakar and the World Bank.