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The IATT launches a Global Progress Survey on Education Sector Engagement in National Responses to HIV and AIDS

Following the decision of the IATT on Education to proceed with a global monitoring survey on education sector engagement in national responses to HIV and AIDS, UNESCO (as the convener of the IATT) opened a one-month international bidding process on 13 July 2010 to identify a qualified research institute to undertake this study.

The study will be implemented in two phases from September 2010 to July 2011: Phase I includes an extensive literature review and four country case studies; and Phase II includes a global survey. The objective is to provide in-depth assessment of the appropriateness and adequacy of, as well as implementation bottlenecks and impediments affecting, country-level education sector responses to HIV and AIDS.

The successful bidder will be awarded an initial contract for the development and implementation of Phase I of the study. Phase II will be contingent on securing additional funding.

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  • Source:UNAIDS IATT on Education
  • 13-08-2010
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