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Title: Myanmar Education Consortium
Description/subject: "The Myanmar Education Consortium (MEC) is a program designed to increase access to and quality of early childhood, primary and non-formal education programs in the informal (non-government) and formal sector. In particular, MEC supports the building of capacity of complementary education systems and structures including community and school-based early childhood development, and education programs for vulnerable children and young people who cannot attend primary schools. The Myanmar Education Consortium was founded in March 2013 and is currently funding sixteen partners –Save the Children, the Burnet Institute and World Vision Myanmar have been working in partnership throughout the program. In June 2014 an additional 13 organisations started projects in partnership with MEC."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Education Consortium
Date of entry/update: 27 September 2014

Title: Save the Children Myanmar
Description/subject: "What we do: Save the Children supports the development and improvement in the quality of early childhood education, that helps engage children at an early age and prepare them for primary education. The programme aims to play a key role in significantly increasing the number of children – particularly from the poorest communities in Myanmar – who access and complete their primary education, bringing new opportunities for children in Myanmar."...
Language: English
Source/publisher: Save the Children Myanmar
Alternate URLs: http://myanmar.savethechildren.net/
Date of entry/update: 27 September 2014

Individual Documents

Title: Special Supplement on Education (Burmese)/ ပညာေရး-ျမန္မာတိုင္းမ္ အထူး အခ်ပ္ပို
Date of publication: February 2012
Description/subject: á€œá€°á€žá€¬á€¸á€¡á€›á€„္းအျမစ္ဖြံ႕ ၿဖိဳးတိုးတက္ရန္ ပညာေရး ဘတ္ဂ်က္ တိုး သင့္... ျပည္ တြင္း၊ ျပည္ပ၊ ေဒသတြင္း အဂၤလိပ္ ဘာသာ စကား အေရးပါလာၿပီ... ပညာေရး က႑ ပိုတုိးတက္မွ ဆင္းရဲႏြမ္းပါးမႈ ေလ်ာ့က်မွာ... က႑ တစ္ခု လံုး ျပန္လည္ သံုးသပ္ ျပဳျပင္ေျပာင္းလဲေတာ့မည္... ကေန႔ပညာေရးစနစ္ အလုပ္ အကိုင္ေစ်း ကြက္ နဲ႔ အံဝင္ခြင္က်ျဖစ္ဖုိ႔ လုိေနေသး... ပထမဥိီးဆံုး ပုဂၢလိကဆရာမ်ား အသင္းခ်ဳပ္ ေပၚေပါက္ လာရန္ ဝိုင္းဝန္းႀကိဳးပမ္းေန... ကန္ ပညာေရးအသံုးစရိတ္ ေဒၚလာ ၇ဝ ဘီလ်ံ လ်ာထား... ေႏြရာသီ ပုဂၢလိကေက်ာင္း မ်ား စိတ္ဝင္စားသူ ပိုမ်ားလာ... အျပည့္အဝ နားလည္ဖို႔ လိုေနတဲ့ ဘာသာစကား...
Language: Burmese/ ျမန္မာဘာသာ
Source/publisher: "Myanmar Times" (Myanmar Consolidated Media)
Format/size: pdf (1.63MB)
Date of entry/update: 18 March 2012

Title: INDEPENDENT EVALUATION OF UNICEF EDUCATION PROGRAMME: Improving Access to Quality Basic Education in Myanmar (2006 - 2010)
Date of publication: 16 December 2010
Description/subject: Introduction: "The main purpose of this evaluation of the UNICEF Education Programme in Myanmar 2006-2010 is to assess its performance in terms of relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, and suggest any needed modifications for further programming. The evaluation report attempts to identify key lessons learned and good practices documented through delivering the project interventions, as well as to suggest future directions that would contribute to the design and development of a second phase of multi-donor support from 2011. The Terms of Reference for the evaluation are at Annex 1."
Author/creator: David J Clarke
Language: English
Format/size: pdf (1.44 MB reduced version; 2.2MB original version)
Alternate URLs: http://www.unicef.org/evaluation/files/Evaluation_of_UNICEF_Education_Programme_-_Improving_Access_...
Date of entry/update: 30 December 2014

Title: Free education costs in Myanmar
Date of publication: 22 June 2010
Description/subject: Once again, parents in military-ruled Myanmar are counting the cost of a primary education for their children in public schools. It is an annual ritual that comes with the beginning of the new school year, which coincides with the onset of the monsoon rains in June. Although the Southeast Asian nation has laws affirming that primary school education is free and compulsory, the economic headaches parents have to cope with at this time of the year suggest otherwise, according to a parent from Yangon, the former capital, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
Author/creator: Marwaan Macan-Markar
Language: English
Source/publisher: Asia Times Online
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 21 October 2010

Title: Myanmar: The Community Learning Center Experience
Date of publication: 2002
Description/subject: "This report has been produced by UNESCO as part of the project MYA/99/004: Improving Access of Children, Women and Men of Poorest Communities to Primary Education for All to record the establishment and development of Community Learning Centres (CLCs) in Myanmar under the project, to describe the process that allowed the set up of these centres and to describe the outcomes as well as their impact on individuals and communities in terms of people's quality of life improvement.... Contents: * Executive Summary; * Introduction; * Defining Community Learning Centres in Myanmar; * Establishment of Community Learning Centres in Myanmar; * Networking, Sustainability and Expansion; * References; * Appendices; o Appendix 1 CLC Memorandum of Partnership; o Appendix 2 CLC Micro-Projects Approval Form; o Appendix 3 Workshop Profiles for CLC/MC Capacity Building; o Appendix 4 Workshop Profiles for Training of Trainers; o Appendix 5 Workshop Profiles for Capacity Building in Income Generating Activities.
Author/creator: JØrn Middleborg, edited by Boudouin Duvieusart
Language: English
Source/publisher: UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, 2002,
Format/size: pdf (732K)
Alternate URLs: http://www2.unescobkk.org/elib/publications/myanmar2/index.htm
Date of entry/update: 01 September 2003

Title: Myanmar: The Management Process for Constructing Primary Schools and Providing School Furniture
Date of publication: 2002
Description/subject: "This management case study has been prepared on the basis of experiences gained in the UNDP-funded and UNESCO-implemented project Improving Access of Children, Women and Men of the Poorest Communities to Primary Education for All. The infrastructure component of the education project has been impressive both in terms of the quantity of school buildings repairs, extended or replaced and in the efficiency of its implementation. These impressive achievements are due in large part to the lessons learned in the two previous projects. The resulting building and furniture designs are relevant for study by other persons and organizations working on educational infrastructure throughout Mynamar. More widely applicable, however, is the management process that has been developed. This will be useful not only in Myanmar but also to other countries involved in rural school construction programmes that rely on community participation... Contents: * Acronyms; * Introduction; * Construction: The Management Process; * Furniture Provision: The Management Process; * Toward Future Improvements; * Bibliography; * Annexes... A. Memorandum of Partnership for School Construction; B. Bill of Quantities; C. Monthly School Site Progress Report; D. Database: Monitoring Indicators; E. Work Plan; F. Funiture Process Checklist.
Language: English
Source/publisher: UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education
Format/size: pdf (1.28MB), 49pages
Alternate URLs: http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0012/001235/123502e.pdf
Date of entry/update: 01 September 2003

Title: Education Monitoring Indicators
Description/subject: TABLE OF CONTENTS: Gross Enrolment Ratio in Pre-Primary / Preschool (E CCE) Programs... Percentage of Grade 1 Intakes With Pre-Primary / Pr eschool (ECCE) Experiences... Gross Intake Rate or Apparent Intake Rate (AIR... Net Intake Rate (NIR)...Gross Enrolment Ratio: Primary, Middle and High Sch ool Level... Combined (Primary and Middle School Levels) Gross E nrolment Ratio... Net Enrolment Ratio: Primary, Middle and High Schoo l Level... Combined (Primary and Middle School Levels) Net Enr olment Ratio... Percentage of Girls in Primary, Middle, High and 9- Year Basic Education Enrolment... Public Expenditure on Education as a Percentage of GDP... Public Expenditure on Education as a Percentage of Total Government Expenditure... Distribution of Total Public Expenditure on Educati on by Sub-Sectors (Levels)... Unit Cost: Primary , Middle and High School Level... Percentage of Teachers Having Required Academic Qua lification: Primary Level and Middle School Level... Percentage of Certified (Professionally Trained) Te achers: Primary Level and Middle School Level... Pupil Teacher Ratio: Primary, Middle and High Schoo l Level... Percentage of Female Teachers: Primary, Middle and High School Level... Student Flow Rates (Promotion, Repetition and Dropo ut) for Grade 1 to Grade 11... Completion Rate: Primary, Middle and High School Le vel... Transition Rate from Primary to Middle School Level (TRPMS)... Transition Rate from Middle to High School Level (T RMHS)... Coefficient of Efficiency: Primary, Middle and High School Level... Literacy Rate of 15-45 Year Old... Adult Literacy Rate (Aged 15+)... Pupil-Class Ratio... Percentage of Oversized Classes (Sections with Over 40 Pupils)... Retention Rate... Teacher Attrition Rate... Percentage of Classrooms with Minimum Standard Qual ity Level... Percentage of Schools with Library... Percentage of Schools with Proper Water & Sanitation Facilities ... Percentage of School Heads Receiving School Managem ent Training... Percentage of Schools Submitting PTA Meeting’s Repo rt to TEO Office ... Percentage of Schools Accomplished All Suggested Sc hool-Calendar Activities... Percentage of Schools Inspected by TEO Office durin g Previous School-Year
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Ministry of Education, UNESCO
Format/size: html, pdf (952K)
Date of entry/update: 30 December 2014