SBEP

AcronymDefinition
SBEPSarasota Bay Estuary Program (est. 1989; Sarasota, FL)
SBEPSmall Business Entrepreneurship Program (Australian government)
SBEPSanta Barbara Event Professionals (California)
SBEPSudan Basic Education Programme
SBEPSpace Build Enhancement Pack (online gaming)
SBEPSomatosensory Brainstem Evoked Potential
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Presided over by the programme director SBEP, the meeting was attended by John Pollock, education officer, USAID, and representatives from SRP, PRP, reforms support unit, Sindh Teachers Education Development Authority, Provincial Institute of Teachers Education, directorate of teachers training in Sindh, non formal education directorate and the programme team of SBEP.
The meeting was chaired by the Programme Director SBEP Abdul Wahab Soomro and was attended by John Pollock, Education Officer, USAID, and representatives from Sindh Reading Programme (SRP), Pakistan Reading Project (PRP), Reforms Support Unit (RSU), Sindh Teachers Education Development Authority (STEDA), Provincial Institute of Teachers Education (PITE), Directorate of Teachers Training in Sindh, Non Formal Education Directorate and the Programme team of SBEP.
These schools are part of the 106 large state-of-the-art buildings being rebuilt in northern Sindh and Karachi under the SBEP, which is an initiative of worth $155 million and is aimed at increasing and sustaining student enrolment in primary, middle, and secondary public schools.
Continued the SBEP research into tidal creeks, which provide fish nurseries for many species.
The meeting was chaired by the Program Director SBEP Mr.
USAID's SBEP is constructing up to 106 modern school buildings in eight districts of Sindh.
These schools are part of the 106 large state-of-the-art school buildings being reconstructed in northern Sindh and Karachi under SBEP, which is a $155 million initiative that aims to increase and sustain student enrollment in primary, middle, and secondary public schools.
The Government of Sindh has elaborate legal framework for PPP through which schools constructed under USAID SBEP have been handed over to private organizations in order to improve the operations of public schools under the Education Management Organization (EMO) policy.
He elaborated that major Components of SBEP include building of 106 new schools with1400 classrooms in flood-affected and other areas.
It is notable here that the SBEP is a collaborative initiative of GOS and USAID.
The USAID-funded SBEP will construct approximately 106 modern school buildings at a cost of approximately Rs.
The SBEP project is $155 million USAID funded project.