Octávio Pedreira from the World Bank presents the latest data on Education sector in Mozambique

Inclusive Growth in Mozambique seminar series

On 2 May 2019, Octávio Pedreira, a specialist from the World Bank will present at the Eduardo Mondlane University, in Maputo, on ‘Education in Mozambique: Results from the 2018 Service Delivery Indicator Survey’. The presentation will be in Portuguese.

The event is part of the seminar series, organized by the Inclusive Growth in Mozambique programme. The seminar series will run throughout the year, and it aims to build research capacity among Mozambican research partners. The seminars are public events open to everyone.

The Service Delivery Indicators Survey

The Service Delivery Indicators (SDI) are a set of health and education indicators that examine the effort and ability of staff and the availability of key inputs and resources that contribute to a functioning school or health facility. The indicators are standardized allowing comparison between nations and across subnational boundaries over time. In 2014 the Education SDIs include teacher effort, teacher knowledge and ability, and the availability of key inputs (for example, textbooks, basic teaching equipment, infrastructure). The indicators provide a snapshot of the learning environment and key resources, which need to be in place for students to learn. 

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