Key Performance

KEY PERFORMANCE (April, 2024)

Constructed, Rehabilitated and Equipped in 219 locations.

• Classrooms = 270 • Toilets = 219 • Pupils’ furniture = 6,640 • Fencing = 7 • Borehole = 13 • Solar Power = 28 • Generator = 10.
The Breakdown of infrastructural development on facilities carried out by the Commission are: ✓ Number of completed infrastructural facilities = 126 ✓ Number of On-going infrastructural facilities = 28

Constructed in 96 ECCDE Centres established in some primary schools:

• Classrooms = 174 • Office = 87 • Store = 87 • Toilet = 435 • Furniture = 6,960 • Playground = 87

51 JS/Vocational schools established to address to increase enrolment, retention and completion:

• Classrooms =138 • Workshops = 46 • Laboratories = 46 • Library = 23 • Offices = 69 • Toilets = 253 • Furniture = 5,520 • Borehole = 23

Constructed, Rehabilitated and Supplied

• Classrooms = 267 • Office = 87 • Store = 87 • Toilet = 20 • Laboratory = 5 • Library = 5 • Pupils furniture= 10,680 • Laboratory furniture=150 • Library furniture=150 • Workshop furniture= 150 • Computers =100 • Solar Power = 87 • Admin Block = 5.

Lodged and disbursed a total of Eight Billion, Seven Hundred and Forty Seven Million, Three Hundred Fifty-Eight Thousand, Six Hundred and Three Naira, Eighteen Kobo (N8,747,358,603.18) only, as Counterpart Fund (Matching Grant Fund) to three (3) States: Benue, Imo and Kwara

• Benue:
1st – 4th Quarter 2022 & 2023 Counterpart Funds: Two Billion, Six Hundred Million, Two Hundred and Thirty- Seven Thousand, Three Hundred and Twelve Naira, Ninety Kobo (N 2,600,237,312.90) only.
• Imo:
1st – 4th Quarter 2021, 2022 & 2023 Counterpart Funds: Three Billion, Five Hundred and Forty-Six Million, Eight Hundred and Eighty Three Thousand, Nine Hundred and Seventy-Seven Naira, Thirty Eight kobo (N3,546,883,977.38) only.
• Kwara:
1st – 4th Quarter 2022 & 2023 Counterpart Funds: Two Billion, Six Hundred Million, Two Hundred and Thirty- Seven Thousand, Three Hundred and Twelve Naira, Ninety Kobo (N 2,600,237,312.90) only.

120 Science and Mathematics Teachers were trained on “Effective Utilization of SKILL ‘G’ Kits”.

245 Agricultural Science Teachers and SUBEBs’ Desk Officers were trained on “the approach to Agricultural and Education Training Programme (AETP) implementation”.

Developed the capacity of 26 Teachers of the operational UBE Model Smart Schools in the country on “Design Thinking, Coding, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (DTCRA)”.

Conducted Leadership Training for 24 Teachers on Project Management Consultancy (PMC) project which includes infrastructure, capacity building, content development and performance evaluation for Smart School Administrators (Principals, Headteachers, Heads of ECCDE and ICT Managers of the 6 Smart Schools in Bauchi, Ekiti, Nasarawa, Kano, Kwara States and the FCT) in Collaboration with the Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA)

Trained 50 Teachers of the Six KOICA-Supported Smart Schools on digital educational content creation for enhanced learning outcomes in line with 21st-century smart education best practices.

448 Basic education and Arabic teachers were trained on:

• Modern methods and techniques of teaching Arabic and Qur’anic Education
• Basic skills on how to teach literacy and numeracy.
• On importance of school Records
• How to prepare lesson plans.

Dame (Mrs.) Comfort Iheme – Rep. South East


She hails from Bende LGA of Abia State. She holds a B.Sc, 1987 from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

Dr. Danjuma Adamu Dabo – Rep. North East

Dr. Danjuma hails from Bauchi State. He obtained M.Sc Public Administration and Policy Analysis from the University of Abuja, MBA form Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria and Ph.D Economics from the Loughborough University, UK.