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SBMC-SIP encourages community participation and ownership of schools. The Commission. through the programme, disburses funds directly to SBMCs for the improvement of infrastructure, learning materials and equipment in schools. The overall import is to increase access to education, qualitative education and achieving equity in the provision of Basic Education in Nigeria.
The Unit carried out the under listed activities during the year under review:
The Special Needs Education is one of the key programmes of the Commission aimed at bridging the education gap between children with psycho-social, mental or physical challenges in basic education delivery. The Commission supports states and private providers to ensure that children with special needs acquire basic education and are adequately catered for, irrespective of their psycho-physical conditions.
The following activities were carried out under this sub-programme during the period under review:
The Open Schooling Programme is instituted to promote enrolment, retention and completion of basic education in a flexible education system that allows learners learn in a conducive local learning environment at an agreed time with the community away from the conventional schooling system using Information and Communication Technology tools.
The under listed activities were carried out in OSP during the year under review:
The Department organized a three-day capacity building workshop for UBEC‟s Social Mobilization Officers and SUBEBs‟ Enrolment Drive Desk Officers in the 36 States and FCT.
To continuously enhance stakeholder partnerships in UBE delivery, the
Commission has established partnerships with different NGOs, the Organized Private Sector and line Ministries interested in supporting basic education delivery.
The Unit has accomplished the under-listed activities:
The Department is engaged in the following on-going projects:
Completion of Zonal Enrolment Drive in outstanding States.
The following activities are planned for accomplishment in the future:
Better Education Service Delivery for All, Program-for-Results (PforR) is an operational project that has been requested for by the Federal Ministry of Education from the World Bank in support of the Ministry‟s Ministerial Strategic Plan (MSP) 2016-2019. The project is a $611m operation to support Pillar I of the MSP, the Out-ofSchool Children. The operation became effective on 22nd January 2018 and focuses on 17 States (Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Ebonyi,
Gombe, Jigawa, Kebbi, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Niger, Oyo, Rivers, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe and Zamfara States) with the highest number of out-of-school children.
Skill “G” Project Skill „‟G‟‟ is one of the companies established for educational development in Nigeria. Their functions include the promotion of Science & Technology, Mathematics, Engineering, and Technical & Vocational Education in Nigeria from Primary to Tertiary levels.
She hails from Bende LGA of Abia State. She holds a B.Sc, 1987 from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
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.