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The CapED Programme: annual report 2018

Education reforms can only be effective if countries have the capacities to make them operational, with not just trained staff, but with effective organizational processes, functioning institutions and the existence of tools and resources to plan, implement and manage effective education policies and plans.

Created in 2003, the Capacity Development for Education (CapED) Programme has become a successful UNESCO implementation platform, providing a cohesive package of support that mobilizes the Organization’s in-house expertise and shapes the way in which its Education Sector works.


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