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SEIP Beneficiaries Schooled on Monitoring and Evaluation.

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A three-week training on Monitoring and Evaluation for beneficiary schools under the Secondary Education Improvement Project (SEIP) has ended in Kumasi with a call on participants to keep accurate and updated data on the project from start to finish.

The training which was attended by District Directors of Education, Headmasters, their assistants as well as ICT Coordinators brought together over 500 participants from all the beneficiary districts across the country.

The participants were taken through the Project Pillars of SEIP, Project Results Framework, Disbursement Linked Indicators (DLIs) and Disbursement Linked Results among others.and functioning to annually track data and publish information on all SHS The Head of Monitoring and Evaluation Unit at the Ministry, Mr. Ernest Owusu Ansah, noted that the monitoring and evaluation activity over the project period will depend largely on the use of data from the schools.

“Data will be verified using EMIS data on enrolment and through monitoring visits from MoE to schools to cross-check records. An independent verifier will also require verification of school enrolment”, he noted.

He said the data will also be verified from parents/guardians of beneficiaries to authenticate whether students have received their scholarship monies/grants or not.

Mr. Owusu-Ansah said an independent verifier will also be required to verify the amount scholarship beneficiaries have received, the selection criteria related to each beneficiary on application, and any update to personal circumstances such as income.

He therefore, asked school authorities to keep records of all documents relating to the project at all times for easy verification and assessment during monitoring visits by officials from the Ministry.

The participants expressed their appreciation to the Government of Ghana and the World Bank for the support.

The Secondary Education Improvement Project (SEIP) employs a results-based financing approach under Component 1 of the project. As such, each year of the project, funds will only be released after specific results, called Disbursement Linked Results (DLRs) are met.


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