ERFKE

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ERFKEEducation Reform for the Knowledge Economy (Jordan)
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In particular, the government allocated unprecedented resources to the sector through its Education Reform for the Knowledge Economy (ERfKE) 2003/08.
Prepared for the Ministry of Education, The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, ERfKE 1 Project
The Jordanian government and the Canadian International Development Agency CIDA on Sunday signed a grant deal under which the latter would offer JD13.5 million to support the second phase of the Education Reform for Knowledge Economy Project in Jordan (ERfKE).
Minister of Education Ibrahim Badran said the second phase of (ERfKE) would focus on school as the basis for change and development and turn vocational education into technological one to meet market demand in Jordan and Arab countries.
AMMAN (Star)--On behalf of the German Government the German Development Bank (KfW) has contributed with three programs summing up to e1/430 million to the construction of schools under ERfKE I.
In 2003, Jordan set up an ambitious plan, the Educational Reform for Knowledge Economy (ERfKE).
CIDA is a key donor of Jordan's Education Reform for Knowledge Economy (ERfKE) project which aims at remaking the country's education system.
Star AMMAN (Star)--As part of a regional tour to review bilateral and regional development cooperation programs financed by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), Canada's Minister of International Development, The Honorable Aileen Carroll, paid a visit to Jordan on August 3 and 4, 2005, Minister Carroll announced in Amman a new Canadian contribution to the Jordan government's project 'Education Reform for the Knowledge Economy' (ErfKE), implemented by the Ministry of Education.
This interest is in harmony with the Ministry's educational development plan and falls within the framework of (ERFKE) project, which involves the principles of "Education for All".
CIDA is a key donor of the Jordan's Education Reform for Knowledge Economy (ERfKE) project which aims at remaking the country's education system.
Jordan and the World Bank (WB) on Wednesday signed a $60 million soft loan agreement to fund the second phase of the Education Reform for the Knowledge Economy Programme (Erfke II).
47 million will be utilized to support key priority projects in the sectors of education, health, and youth empowerment, including the construction and renovation of public schools as well as supporting Jordan Programme of Support for the Education Reform for the Knowledge Economy (ERfKE) Initiative, in addition to public hospitals' maintenance and the implementation of the youth support and combating poverty project.