A Public Expenditure Tracking Survey (PE

A Public Expenditure Tracking Survey (PE
Primary school enrolment under the first Primary Education Development Programme (PEDP I) increased from 88% in 2001 to 96% in 2006. Following these achievements, the Government prepared PEDP II and its implementation began in 2007/20081 fiscal year. The objectives of PEDP II, among others, include improvement of learning environment in schools, which goes hand in hand with the construction of classrooms, teacher’s houses, toilets and purchase of desks. Appendix 2 shows the infrastructure to be constructed or purchased during the implementation of PEDP II. This programme also aimed at improving the teaching and learning environment by increasing the number of text and reference books for pupils. In order to meet this objective, PEDP II indicated that a capitation grant of Tsh 10,000 will be provided to each pupil per each year for the period of five years. The capitation grant aims at ensuring availability of text books in schools (40%), minor repair and maintenance of school infrastructure(20%), improving the availability of exercise books, pen, pencils, chalk and other learning resources (20%), examinations (10%) school management in general (10%).
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