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UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, 2002, 49p.This management case study has been prepared on the basis of experiences gained in the UNDP-funded and UNESCO-implemented project Improving Access of Children, Women and Men of the Poorest Communities to Primary Education for All. The infrastructure component of the education project has been impressive both in terms of the quantity of school buildings repairs, extended or replaced and in the efficiency of its implementation. These impressive achievements are due in large part to the lessons learned in the two previous projects. The resulting building and furniture designs are relevant for study by other persons and organizations working on educational infrastructure throughout Mynamar. More widely applicable, however, is the management process that has been developed. This will be useful not only in Myanmar but also to other countries involved in rural school construction programmes that rely on community participation.



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